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The Higher Education Information (HEI) system is a comprehensive relational database that includes student enrollment, course, financial aid, personnel, facilities, and finance data submitted by Ohio's colleges and universities.
Annually updated reports providing trend data relating to the enrollments, student preparation and academic progress, degrees awarded, post-graduation employment outcomes, tuition, financial aid, and costs and expenditures per student at Ohio's higher education institutions.
The Student Fact Book, published every Fall term, contains data regarding the Wright State student body at both the Dayton and Lake Campuses, such as entrance status, student classification, program of study (major), race/ethnicity, and gender. Longitudinal data, such as graduation and retention rates, are published in the Fact Book as well. All the data for the Fact Book reflects enrollment as of the official OBR 14th day. In Fall 2012, Wright State University switched to a semester academic calendar.