The University of Kansas Common Data Set

The Common Data Set provides answers to many frequently asked questions by prospective students and their parents. It is also a means to easily compare institutions with their peers. The Common Data Set initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board, Peterson's, and U.S. News & World Report.

KU first completed the CDS in 2002. The current year's CDS is available by section below. Click here to view previous year Common Data Sets as a single PDF document.

Data by Section

Common Data Set Sections
2019-2020
2020-2021
Section A:  

General Information

Narrative Description

Section B:
   

Enrollment

Persistence - Degrees Awarded

Graduation Rates

Most Popular Majors

Section C:
   

First-time Freshman Admissions

Assured Admissions Criteria

Section D:
   

Transfer Admissions

Section E:
   

Academic Offerings and Policies

Section F:
   

Student Life

Section G:
   

Annual Expenses

Section H:
   

Financial Aid

Section I:
   

Instructional Faculty

I 1

Class Size

Section J:
   

Degrees Conferred