Institutional Research

Calvary’s Institutional Research Office provides guidance in institutional assessment, to develop institutional data to aid in the assessment process and centralize responses to external surveys. The office develops and maintains a comprehensive program of educational research and institutional self-study to provide information supportive of enrollment management, student outcomes assessment, institutional effectiveness and student and staff retention. Information is derived from institutional surveys, graduating student surveys and surveys of Calvary alumni. In conjunction with the Outcomes and Assessment Committee, the Institutional Research Office generates an annual Assessment Report, a Fact Book, updated assessment plans and provides data to governmental and commercial services requiring statistical information.

Office Staff:

Charles Kurtz, Institutional Research Coordinator/Federal Compliance Officer
816-425-6136 x 1323

Alix Miller, Institutional Research Office Secretary
816-322-0110 x 1333

Headcount

Fall 2014 Enrollment Stats by Gender/Ethnicity
Fall 2014 First Time Freshman Admissions

Student Financial Assistance

Grant and Scholarship aid received by Fall 2013 First Time Full Time Freshman (FTFT)

134 enrolled Undergraduate students as of October 15, 2013 received $899,110.00 in Federal and/or Institutional grant and scholarship financial aid for the 2013-2014 academic year. 89% of First Time Full Time Freshman (FTFT) received some type financial aid. For more detailed information, including the average net price that First Time Full Time freshman paid in 2013-2014 by income level, and Military benefits received by students, please click on the link above. 

 Common Data Set (2011-2012)

IPEDS Institutional Report

2014 Institutional Feed Back Report

Student Satisfaction

Student Satisfaction Inventory 2013-2014
Student Satisfaction Inventory 2012-2013
Student Satisfaction Inventory 2011-2012

Graduate Outcomes

Graduation Rates

First Time Full Time Freshman Fall 2006 Graduation Rate (IPEDS)
First Time Freshman Entering Fall 2008 Graduation Rate (IPEDS)

Graduate Survey 2014
Graduate Survery 2012

 

For additional student outcome information and required consumer disclosure information, please visit the Consumer Information page.