Welcome to the new UAIR website! We're still in transition mode...
The EIA and OIRPS links on the menu above will take you to the pre-UAIR web pages for those old departments. The information on those pages will slowly move over here to UAIR, and those old pages will be removed. For a short time after full transition, behind-the-scenes redirects will automatically send you here if you forget to update your bookmarks. Eventually, even those redirects will be removed. Why not set your bookmark now?
Click the UAiR (Library Site) link if you're looking for the University of Arizona Institutional Repository (UAiR) site maintained and hosted by the University Libraries.
University Analytics & Institutional Research at the University of Arizona
Access to critical data is paramount for any decision maker in an organization as they need to be able to query data with ease and at their convenience. Our new Data Warehouse and new Enterprise Resource Planning System (ERPS), along with UAccess Analytics, are used to capture, store, and analyze data and are considered the backbone of data processing for the University of Arizona.
Our data warehouse contains thousands of tables, each with potentially hundreds of elements, and extremely complex data relationships in each of those tables. Decision makers now can have access to that data at their fingertips through dashboards, reports, and ad hoc querying capabilities.
Dashboards and reports are good tools for monitoring operations. They also allow some analysis of root causes and can guide future activities. For the more advanced analyst, analysis includes the iterative visual scrutiny and predictive modeling to gain a more in-depth understanding of the data.
UAccess Analytics is the primary method of delivering quality Financial, Employee, Student, Research, and other data to colleges, departments, and individuals across campus. The system, generally available between 6:00 AM and 6:00 PM, consists of nearly 90 different University-level shared dashboards pulling data from 70-plus subject areas. Those dashboards are available to qualified users across campus. In addition, there are more than 200 departmental and college dashboards. Those dashboards were designed, created, and are maintained by department or college employees, and are available to qualified users in those departments or colleges.