Academe by the Numbers
DATA AND ANALYSIS
The Chronicle's 27th annual collection of data on colleges answers perennial questions like how much faculty make and which colleges are growing the fastest. This year's Almanac also gives you new ways to compare institutions. Which colleges have the most students enrolled in online courses? Which have the highest percentages of nonresident aliens? Browse the charts and tables in these sections to find out.
Discover which college presidents make more than $1-million and what route newly appointed presidents, provosts, and deans took to gain their posts. More than 20 tables and interactive tools will answer your questions about salaries and the characteristics of faculty and administrators.
See how colleges measure up in building enrollment, even as the pool of students begins to shrink, and which institutions do the best in graduating students. Explore the data in more than 20 tables and charts.
Learn how well colleges attract and serve diverse students in more than 10 tables and charts.
Chart: Change in Numbers of Students Reaching College Age in the Next 14 Years, by Race and Ethnicity
Find out who has donated $50-million or more to universities, which libraries spend the most on staff and materials, and which universities pour the most money into research by browsing through more than a dozen tables and charts.
E-books, online education, and other technology are a growing presence on campuses. More than a dozen tables and charts reveal how professors and students use such tools.
Might the stream of international students to the United States start slowing down? Are U.S. colleges succeeding in giving their students an international education? More than a dozen tables and charts help show the global picture.
See how salaries, diversity, tuition, spending, and other factors in each state measure up against national figures.