BYU-Idaho’s third core theme is “Serving as many students as possible within resource constraints.”

Objective 1 – Enrollments

Meet annual enrollment goals/projections. Key indicator for Objective 1:
     • Number of students enrolled.

Objective 2 – Degree Progress

Increase the number of degrees awarded each year. Key indicators for Objective 2:
     • Number of degrees and certificates awarded.
     • Completion rate.

Objective 3 – Efficiency

Key indicators for Objective 3:
     • Persistence rate.
     • Retention rate.

Key Indicators for Objective 1 - Enrollments


Source: Institutional Data
Expectation: Meet or exceed annual enrollment goals.
Status: Below expectation.
Notes: Total number of students who enrolled any term during the school year.


Key Indicators for Objective 2 – Degree Progress


Source: Institutional Data
Expectation: Average 3-year increase of at least 5 percent.
Status: Meeting expectation.
Notes: Total number of degrees and certificates awarded during the school year.


Source: Institutional Data
Expectation: At least 50 percent.
Status: Meeting expectation.
Notes: Completion rate as reported to IPEDS. The percent of first-time, full-time students who completed their program at BYU-Idaho within 150 percent of the designated time to complete the program.

Key Indicators for Objective 3 – Efficiency


Source: Institutional Data
Expectation: At least 80 percent.
Status: Meeting expectation.
Notes: Persistence rate as reported to IPEDS. Percent of full-time or part-time students who completed a program, transferred to another institution, or are still enrolled eight years after starting at BYU-Idaho.


Source: Institutional Data
Expectation: At least 70 percent.
Status: Meeting expectation.
Notes: Retention rate as reported to IPEDS. Percent of first-time, full-time students who are still enrolled after one year.

Summary


The indicators suggest that BYU-Idaho is successfully meeting or close to meeting expectations for core theme three and its objectives.