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Common Data Set

The Common Data Set (CDS) initative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board, Peterson's, U.S. New & World Reports.  The combined goal of the collaboration is to improve the quality and accuracy of information provided to all involved in a student's transition into higher education, as well as to reduce the reporting burden on data providers,  This goal is attained by the development of clear, standard data items and definitions in order to determine a specific cohort relevant to each item.

 

2015 CDS Report (In Progress)

2014 CDS Report

2013 CDS Report 

2012 CDS Report

2011 CDS Report

IPEDS Annual Data Feedback Reports

IPEDS reports are mandated by the National Center for Education Statistics under common sets of definitions and standards used by all universities and colleges in the United States. Reports compare SVA the other reporting AICAD schools since 2010-11.

2015 DFR

2014 DRF

2013 DFR

2012 DFR

2011 DFR

Middle States Annual Profile

The Middle States Annual Profile is designed to provide a snapshot of SVA's structure, operations, finances, and accredation status.  It is updated annually to enable MSCHE staff to monitor SVA's compliance with selected aspects of accredation standards.

 

2015-16 Annual Middle States Profile (In Progress)

2014-15 Annual Middle States Profile

2013-14 Annual Middle States Profile

2012-13 Annual Middle States Profile

2011-12 Annual Middle States Profile

2010-11 Annual Middle State Profile

NASAD HEADS Data Survey

The Higher Education Arts Data Services (HEADS) Project is a joint effort of the following specialized accreditation agencies: National Association of Schools of Music, National Association of Schools of Art and Design, National Association of Schools of Theatre, and the National Association of Schools of Dance. The HEADS Project is designed to provide comprehensive data to facilitate planning and management in the fine and performing arts in higher education. Each discipline-specific HEADS Data Survey requests statistical information on a number of areas such as enrollment, degrees offered, operational budgets, faculty salaries, and ethnic breakdown of faculty and students.  

2015 HEADS Data Survey

2014 HEADS Data Survey

2013 HEADS Data Survey

2012 HEADS Data Survey

2011 HEADS Data Survey

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