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Institutional Research

The Director of Institutional Effectiveness is responsible for the collection, management, analyses, and archiving of information in support of decision-making, planning and reporting. For more information contact Brandi Nelson, Director of Institutional Effectiveness, at 701-662-1509 or


Quick Data

The Quick Data contains information on enrollment, student demographics, graduation rate, retention rate, completions, and credits generated. 

Quick Data 2016-2017
Quick Data 2015-2016
Quick Data 2014-2015
Quick Data 2013-2014



Fall 2017
Spring 2017
Fall 2016  
Spring 2016
Fall 2015
Spring 2015
Fall 2014  
Spring 2014  
Fall 2013  
Spring 2013
Fall 2012
Spring 2012
Fall 2011
Spring 2011
Fall 2010



The following reports were prepared by the Director of Institutional Effectiveness for internal use. 

HLC Institutional Update 2016-2017
High School Graduate Study 2015-2017
Retention Report - Fall 2014 to Spring 2015 
CORE Alcohol and Drug Survey 2014
Developmental Course Data 2014
Developmental Course Data - Fall 2010 to Spring 2014 
Program Retention 2009-2013
Graduation Rate Study - Cohort 2012 
Student Achievement Measure (SAM) Report - Cohort 2010
Student Achievement Measure (SAM) Report - Cohort 2009



For complete IPEDS data, visit the IPEDS Data Center.

IPEDS Feedback Report 2016
IPEDS Feedback Report 2015
IPEDS Feedback Report 2014 
IPEDS Feedback Report 2013
IPEDS Feedback Report 2012
IPEDS Feedback Report 2011
IPEDS Feedback Report 2010

HLC Institutional Update

Every year HLC requires institutions to complete the Institutional Update, which provides an update on organizational health. 

2015-2016 HLC Institutinoal Update
2014-2015 HLC Institutional Update
2013-2014 HLC Institutional Update
2012-2013 HLC Institutional Update
2012-2013 HLC Institutional Update (Financial)
2011-2012 HLC Institutional Update
2011-2012 HLC Institutional Update (Financial)


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