Consumer Disclosure & Federal Data Collections

Consumer Disclosure Consumer Disclosure & Federal Data Collections Pamela Maimer Program Analyst, Policy & Budget Development Unit Office of Postsecondary Education U.S. Department of Education

Overview Consumer Disclosures
Available financial aid program, including how a student applies for student aid; Cost of attendance, return of Title IV aid, and refund policies; Degree and training programs; Accreditation status; Graduation rates; Campus security statistics and crime prevention programs; and Participation, coaches, revenues and expenditures for men’s and women’s athletic programs.

Campus Security
HEA requires the Department to collect, analyze, and report to Congress on the incidence of crime on campuses and facilities of postsecondary education institutions. One-time report to Congress On-going, annual data collection

Campus Security
The purpose of the campus crime report is to: enhance campus safety; and allow students (and parents) to make more informed decisions about where to enroll in postsecondary education.
Make the data available seamlessly with other postsecondary education data collected by ED including accreditation, enrollment, degrees awarded, price, and financial aid.

Campus Security
The campus crime report includes statistics concerning the occurrence of certain crimes:
on campus (including in-residence halls), in or on non-campus buildings or property, and on nearby public property.

An institution must include in these statistics the criminal offenses reported to campus security authorities or local police agencies.

Campus Security
Criminal offenses that must be reported:
criminal homicide, sex offenses, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, manslaughter and arson.

Campus Security
Arrests and referrals for campus disciplinary action for:
liquor law violations, drug-related violations, and weapons possession.

Hate crimes – where the victim was selected because of the actual or perceived race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity or disability of the victim -- must also be reported.

Campus Security
What did we learn?
On-Campus Criminal Homicides
20 15 10 5 0 5 0 1997 3 1 1998 13 9 7 4 0 1999 0 2000 20

11

Public Private, non-profit Private, for-profit

Campus Security
What did we learn?
On-Campus Sex Offenses
3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 16 707 15 798 33 887 20 870 Private, for-profit Private, non-profit Public

1417 1997

1524

1549

1596

1998

1999

2000

Campus Security
What did we learn?
On-Campus Robbery
2000 1500 1000 500 0 1133 1084 1005 976 2000 112 565 139 639 259 193 764

733

Private, for-profit Private, non-profit Public

1997

1998

1999

Campus Security
Tentative Schedule for 2002 Data Collection
Mail User Ids & Passwords ~ July 29 Data Collection Begins ~ August 8 Data to Public Site ~ Sept 15 Data Collection Ends ~ Oct 7

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act

The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) requires institutions to disclose a variety of financial and statistical information on collegiate athletics programs to students, prospective students, etc. The Secretary of Education is required to collect this information, make it available to the public and to subsequently report to Congress. Allow students and prospective students to make a more informed decisions about where to enroll in postsecondary education.

Enrollment & Participation in Athletics
4,500,000 4,000,000 3,500,000 3,000,000 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 0 Men Women 314,217 230,696 3,058,686
Students Enrolled Athletes

3,855,044

Preliminary Data

Enrollment by Sanctioning Body At Institutions Reporting EADA Statistics
N/A NCAA I-A NCAA I-AA NCAA I-AAA NCAA II (with football) NCAA II (without football) NCAA III (with football) NCAA III (without football) NAIA I NAIA II NAIA III NJCAA-I NJCAA-II NJCAA-III NCCAA-I NCCAA-II Other

Men Women

0

200000

400000

600000

800000

1000000

1200000

Preliminary Data

Athletic Participation by Sport
Sport BASKETBALL BASEBALL CROSS COUNTRY DIVING EQUESTRIAN BADMINTON SWIMMING AND DIVING FENCING FIELD HOCKEY FOOTBALL GOLF GYMNASTICS ICE HOCKEY LACROSSE RIFLE SKIING SOCCER SOFTBALL SQUASH Men Women Number Average Number Average Sport 28,799 15 25,504 14 SWIMMING 43,946 12,665 543 1,102 141 7,232 630 1 75,726 11,289 372 4,180 6,892 240 673 28,458 0 387 29 12 2 2 0 13,459 0 2 0 9,291 625 5,706 0 4,088 1,442 1,502 5,760 147 634 26,219 26,666 368 0 SYNC SWIMMING 12 0 24 0 TEAM HANDBALL TENNIS VOLLEYBALL WATER POLO Men Number Average 1,135 11 0 2,198 9,829 6,065 1,695 7,660 635 530 35,368 2,993 20,867 25,793 1,199 759 138 321 126 827 0 9 9 13 18 25 9 7 32 36 31 30 18 14 6 11 4 15

W

20 19 1 91 10 15 28 30 8 14 24 0 15

22 WRESTLING 15 ARCHERY 22 BOWLING TRACK AND FIELD 0 (IN/OUT), X-C 7 ROWING 16 TRACK AND FIELD, IN TRACK AND FIELD, 22 OUTDOOR 23 RODEO 5 SAILING 12 BEACH VOLLEYBALL 21 WEIGHT LIFTING 17 TABLE TENNIS Other Sports (Not 14 Specified)

Preliminary Data

Athletically-Related Student Aid
$700,000 $600,000 $500,000 $400,000 $300,000 $200,000 $100,000 $0 Men's Team Women's Team $394,422 $299,244
Total Amount ($ in 000's) Average Per Institution

$640,936 $486,272

Preliminary Data

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act Preliminary Summary of Key Findings
• More female undergraduates but fewer women participating in sports. • Football has the largest average squad size. This drives up the statistics in other areas related to football. Football produces the largest amount of revenue. • Women’s teams have more head coaches that are women, but more women are part-time coaches. • Few women are head or assistant coaches of Men’s teams.

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act Preliminary Summary of Key Findings
• Men’s teams receive more athletically-related student aid in the aggregate but less on a per athlete basis. • Men’s teams, in the aggregate, spend twice as much on recruiting than Women’s teams.

Equity in Athletics Disclosure
Tentative Schedule for 2002 Data Collection
Mail User Ids & Passwords ~ August 15 Data Collection Begins ~ September 15 Data Collection Ends ~ October 30 Data to Public Site ~ December 1

Consumer Disclosure & Federal Data Collections

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