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 Welcome to Institutional Research at the University of Mount Olive!

 

Mission of the University of Mount Olive's Office of Institutional Research: To offer accurate, timely, and digestible information, with the goals of promoting informed decision-making and furthering the mission of the University through an integrated program of research, planning, and assessment.  

 
 

 Data Requests

‚ÄčThe University's Office of Institutional Research can fulfill ad hoc data requests, within the bounds of FERPA.  Before requesting data related to common areas such as enrollment and degrees conferred, please access the Common Data Set below.  If the Common Data Set does not contain the information you need, please send an email to IPSTicket@umo.edu.  The email should contain as much detail as possible about your data request.  Please allow 10 days for completion of your data request. 

 CDS: Common Data Set

 Clery Act: Campus Crime Statistics Report

 

The Campus Crime Statistics Report is completed annually in October in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.  The Clery Act is a federal law that requires institutions to provide campus crime data that occurs on and/or around their campuses.  This Act, established in 1990, is in response to the assault and murder of Jeanne Clery on April 5, 1986 in her residence hall.

This notification is provided as a part of the University of Mount Olive's commitment to safety on campus.  The college is committed to providing a safe and secure environment to all of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors.  Like any community, the college community occasionally experiences accidents, crimes and injuries; absolute  safety cannot be guaranteed to anyone.  Campus Crime Statistics for each of the University of Mount Olive's locations are posted on the University's Campus Safety website.

 Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) Survey

 

The EADA survey which is required by the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act, is completed annually in October, reporting for the previous year.  The purpose of the survey is to provide data regarding the institution's intercollegiate athletic programs demonstrating that the University of Mount Olive provides equitable athletic opportunities for men and women.

 

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