View 80 tables on faculty members, administrators, students, and finances, along with data on the demographics, enrollment, graduation rates, faculty pay, and tuition costs for each state and the United States, and more.
Browse the data by state, sector, and Carnegie classification and break out salaries by institution, rank, and gender.
View compensation data on chief executives at public and private nonprofit colleges in the United States as far back as 2008.
The Chronicle’s Title IX tracker allows you to search by college, keyword, state, or resolution type, read case documents, and sign up for alerts to stay informed.
For more than five decades, researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles have surveyed the nation’s incoming freshmen to learn more about their backgrounds, views, and expectations. Use this interactive graphic to see how their attitudes and self-images have changed since the 1960s.
The educational attainment of members of the U.S. House of Representatives far surpasses that of America’s electorate.
As many states have reduced financial support for public colleges, institutions have increased the burden on students to pay for their education. Explore how these dynamics have played out at at more than 600 four-year public colleges and universities since 1987.
The federal government requires them to tally the price of off-campus housing, health care, transportation, and other expenses. But an analysis suggests that those estimates are often wide of the mark.
This interactive feature depicts a half-century of changes in the race, gender, politics, and educational aspirations of the freshman class.
See how 50 years of the information age transformed college forever.
The student bodies at large state universities are more diverse than the faculties. But the broader population outpaces them both.