UT System Measures Up

The University of Texas (UT) System is committed to transparency and is driving success by making critical information about its operations readily available to stakeholders through the UT System Dashboard. The UT System Measures Up section on the website highlights key metrics in each of the UT System mission areas. For further information, detailed data, and context for a metric, click on Learn More in metrics below.

Affordability
Student Success
Post-Graduation Earnings
Research
Healthcare
State Economic Impact

Features

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UT System Dual Credit Study

UT System’s Dual Credit Study 2018 reports the outcomes for approximately 135,000 students who entered a UT academic institution between 2010 and 2015, tracking them for six years. The study conveys positive aspects, as well as unintended consequences, of dual credit. It also offers recommendations to improve the process to impact a student’s overall college experience and success more positively.

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Major Matters Most

This new research brief examines the economic value of UT System bachelor’s degrees. It explores the importance of major as the biggest predictor of wage outcomes, the earnings advantage of UT System graduates, and earnings gaps across race, ethnicity, and gender.

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Fast Facts

The University of Texas System Fast Facts provides quick insights and answers to questions pertaining to all 14 UT System institutions. Areas of interest include: students and faculty; research; campus tuition, fees, and financial aid; faculty honors; and the budget, among others.

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SmartBook

The UT System SmartBook is a handy reference providing a by-the-numbers overview of the mission areas of UT System. Find key data on student enrollment and demographics, degrees awarded, graduation rates, faculty counts, research and technology transfer, and budget information.

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