Institutional Research and Decision Support

The Office of Academic Planning and Budget provides data and decision support for the University of California Office of the President, the UCLA community, higher education partners, ranking institutions, the media, the federal government, and the broader public. Analyses are used to inform institutional decision making as well as to fulfill accountability reporting requirements and general interest requests. If you are unable to locate the information you need, please contact APB. You can find Quick Facts about UCLA and answers to Frequently Asked Questions at this link.

UCLA Facts and Figures

APB's analyses and reports enable decision makers to make data informed decisions, media outlets to communicate campus statistics to the public, and that educational partners and stakeholders have a contact source at UCLA.

Please see the menu above under "Campus Statistics" for institutional reports, including admissions, enrollment, and degree production. If you are unable to locate the information you need, please contact APB at this link.

Data for departments and schools

Providing information in support of campus planning and program evaluation is one of APB's core priorities. APB offers data and analyses about academic resources, workload, instructional activity, and student outcomes. Some of these data may be available from the Campus Statistics links. More specific or detailed information can be requested from the Institutional Research and Program Analysis teams. Click here to contact our office.

Public requests for data

In accordance with public information guidelines, APB provides customized reports to the public, media, and UCLA stakeholders relating to students, programs, and institutional characteristics. Requests for customized reports can be made by contacting APB directly or submitting a Public Records Request. There may be a charge associated with large, time-sensitive requests.

Campus Partners

APB collaborates with several other institutional research units at UCLA on survey research and information sharing. These units include the Student Affairs Information and Research Office (SAIRO), the Center for Educational Assessment in the Office of Instructional Development, and smaller units in the Law School, Student Housing, Student Health Services, Health Sciences, and UCLA Admission.

Neil Garg, a 2012 Sloan Research Fellow, teaches Organic Chemistry 14D in Young Hall.

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