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The Office of Planning & Budgeting, in collaboration with UW-IT, is excited to announce the launch of UW Profiles to the UW campus community. This new site, using data from the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW), allows you to explore and aggregate trend data at the level of the University, campus, school or college, or department.
This first release of UW Profiles focuses on academic data, providing dashboards with information about major enrollments, student credit hours(SCH), degrees awarded, and student progress.By the end of the 2013-14 academic year, we will add information about budgets, revenue, and expenditures. Activity Based Budgeting dashboards will also be developed.
Information about how to get access, use, and learn more about UW Profiles can be obtained by logging on with your UW NetID at https://uwprofiles.uw.edu/.
Community members can also access Public Profiles to explore enrollments, degree production, graduation and retention trends at the UW and at each of its campuses.
SIMS is the University of Washington’s Space Inventory Management System. The space inventory database is used by the Office of Planning & Budgeting to track the assignment and type of space for the University. The information we collect is used for space and capital planning. The University is required to report annually to state and federal agencies on its use of space.
For more information or to view space inventory data, see the GeoSIMS page.
BI Portal to UW Operational Reports
The BI Portal provides a single point of access to UW operational reports, which contain institutional data across multiple functional areas and units. These data are housed in the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW).
- BI Portal (portal for operational reports, analytics and visualizations)
When sending a request, please let us know:
- The question you want to answer
Whether you need information from a single point in time or trend data
- The date(s) or date range
When you will need this information
- Note: delivery time is dependant on work load, data availability and report complexity
How you would like the data formatted
- Please include a mock-up or sample report if possible
- The format in which you receive the information may be determined by the data and delivery method
Anyone with a UW NetID can access the OPB Support Site for help with data connectivity and support (Sharepoint login required as: netid\yournetid yournetidpassword).
- UW Budget
- Tuition and Fees
- Campus & Capital Planning
- UW Data
- Policy Analysis
Five primary OPB units provide comprehensive planning, analysis and resource allocation.