Student Records Administration
Learn what Query Library resources are available for UW-Madison faculty and staff in the area of student records administration.Who Would Use Student Records Administration Queries?
UW-Madison employees selecting this group carry out the following functions in their job:
- oversight, management, and/or analysis of student record data (examples include: International Academic Program staff, Registrar's Office personnel, Academic Affairs and Student Services personnel, Academic Department staff, Institutional Research staff, Deans' Staff, School/College staff, etc.)
To perform their job functions employees selecting this group access data that helps them:
- monitor and evaluate retention trends
- track transfers into and out of schools/colleges or departments
- monitor and audit end of semester actions
- identify trends in majors and options both within and between departments
- identify potentially at-risk first-year students based on reported mid-term grades
- conduct longitudinal analyses for program/department assessment and planning purposes
- compare measures of student academic success/achievement within and between schools and colleges
- generate departmental or college level reports on degrees granted
- obtain a student record data sheet for students studying abroad in a given term
Examples of working titles for this group include:
- Departmental Undergraduate Coordinator
- Office Manager
- Institutional Researcher
- Student Records Manager
- List of students in a school/college or major sorted by descending GPA and displays demographic and academic information. This query can be used to identify students eligible for the Dean's List.
- Degrees and Honors Conferred
Academic and degree information on graduates of a selected major.
- Years to Degree
Elapsed calendar years to degree for students awarded degrees in the term(s) and plan(s) selected including the count of fall/spring and summer terms the graduate(s) were enrolled.
- End of Semester Actions
Information on students with an end of semester action, e.g., probation, on their academic record.