Graduate Diversity Data

Instantly access detailed information on the diversity of U.S. college and university graduates.

Are Your Campus Recruitment and Diversity Goals Aligned?

College and university recruitment can be an important component of an organization’s broader recruitment strategy, especially when it comes to early-career professional, management, and administrative positions. Using data from U.S. Department of Education’s Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), our tools allow member-subscribers to research and analyze detailed information on the race/ethnicity and gender demographics of the nation’s graduates, enabling them to align their campus recruitment strategies with their compliance, diversity, and inclusion goals. Features include:

  • The ability to instantly analyze graduate race/ethnicity and gender diversity by degree family, detailed degree, award level, and even school
  • Interactive charts and graphs displaying counts and percentages for each demographic of interest, including intersectional data by both race/ethnicity and gender
  • Additional tabulations showing numbers and percentages of graduates according to citizenship status, which can be critically important for non-sponsored positions
  • Lookup tools for finding and combining graduate diversity data across detailed degrees, award levels, and more than 3,000 U.S. colleges and universities
  • Diversity “finders” that help members find specific schools based on the demographic diversity of their graduates
  • Downloadable charts and graphs displaying graduate diversity numbers and percentages for thousands of customizable selections

Graduate Diversity Data

Analyze graduate diversity by degree, award level, and institution.



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