Southwestern Oklahoma State University Fact Book provides a ready source of information to answer frequently asked questions about the University and its operations. The Fact Book is compiled annually to assist the university with strategic planning, academic program reviews, grant writing, accreditation, and institutional information to help guide decision-making. The report is designed to help faculty, staff, and administrators better understand the student body and university trends. The data analyzed for this report was collected from 2008 to 2017.
Unless otherwise noted, the information in the Fact Book is collected on the tenth class day of each fall semester from standard internal reports as well as standard reports provided to State and Federal offices. The Fact Book includes multiple data sections that describe general information about the University. Data is provided for up to the previous decade.
South, James and Fitzsimmons, Diane, "SWOSU Fact Book Fall 2017" (2017). Fact Books. 1.
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