AggieMetrics Description

AggieMetrics Description

 

The metrics below each represent aspects of our work at UC Davis that correspond to current, strategic university goals or which are a focus for our efforts for continuous improvement.

METRIC ACTUAL VALUE DESCRIPTION
4-YEAR FRESHMEN GRADUATION RATE 62% The percent of freshmen who finish their degree within four years of starting at UC Davis.
4-YEAR FRESHMEN GRADUATION RATE GAP 19% The difference between the 4-year graduation rates for underrepresented minority students and non- underrepresented minority students.
6-YEAR FRESHMEN GRADUATION RATE 87% The percent of freshmen who finish their degree within six years of starting at UC Davis.
6-YEAR FRESHMEN GRADUATION RATE GAP 8% The difference between the 6-year graduation rates for underrepresented minority students and non- underrepresented minority students.
2-YEAR TRANSFER GRADUATION RATE 56% The percent of transfers who finish their degree within two years of starting at UC Davis.
2-YEAR TRANSFER GRADUATION RATE GAP 8.5% The difference between the 2-year graduation rates for underrepresented minority transfer students and non-underrepresented minority transfer students.
4-YEAR TRANSFER GRADUATION RATE 89% he percent of transfers who finish their degree within four years of starting at UC Davis.
4-YEAR TRANSFER GRADUATION RATE GAP 2% The difference between the 4-year graduation rates for underrepresented minority transfer students and non-underrepresented minority transfer students.
U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT (PUBLICS) 11 The preeminent US ranking of colleges and universities, measuring student outcomes, resources, reputation,
selectivity, alumni giving and social mobility.
WASHINGTON MONTHLY DOMESTIC RANKING (PUBLICS) 13 A new ranking of US colleges and universities that focuses on students’ outcomes in the job market, campus
resources, campus diversity, and student opinions.
QS GLOBAL RANKING 112 A popular world-wide ranking of colleges and universities that focuses on academic reputation, citations, employer reputation and the internationalization of the faculty and staff.
PERCENT OF PUBLICATIONS IN THE TOP JOURNALS  40% The percent of a school’s publications indexed in the Scopus database (includes articles, letters, notes, editorials, conference papers, etc.) that are published in journals considered to be “top journals” according to CiteScore.
SOCIAL MOBILITY  $2.4k

The gap in earnings between students from families with incomes in the lowest tercile compared to students from families with incomes in the highest tercile. Student earnings are measured ten years after entry to UC Davis.

START-UPS  12 The number of new business enterprises during the previous fiscal year whose formation depended upon acquisition of rights to a UC invention for purposes of developing a product or service based on it.
PATENTS ISSUED  112 The total U.S. and Foreign Patents Issued in the previous fiscal year.