Prepared each spring, Productivity Measures include student-based measures, faculty-based measures, measures of scholarly/creative activity, and faculty assignment allocations by college and department. These data are used by the college deans in annual planning and accomplishments presentations conducted by Academic Affairs annually in March.
The Program Review page contains informaition about programs under review, comparison data for other programs and comparison data for other Illinois Public Universities.
The Consumer Guide contains information for Prospective and Currently Enrolled Students and Their Families.
U.S. News & World Report annually ranks institutions, both undergraduate and graduate, on a number of weighted factors. In the undergraduate 2008 rankings, Illinois State University ranked in Tier III for the sixth year in a row.
Illinois State University's peer comparison institutions include the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) defined salary peer group for Illinois State University; the peer subgroup used by the University in salary analysis and planning; and Illinois State University's benchmark comparison group used for general university, non-salary comparisons.
Shared annually at the start of the spring semester with the Academic Senate, Administrative Professional Council, Civil Service Council, and the Illinois State University Board of Trustees, annual Educating Illinois Status Reports provide a summary of university progress, accomplishments, and plans for the University's strategic plan, Educating Illinois.
Select from below to view previous Educating Illinois Status Reports: