Comparison and Peer Institutions
Comparison and Aspirational Peer Institutions
The use of reference or comparison groups is a common feature of post-secondary institutions, especially those funded by various state and public monies. In fact, benchmarking has become a requirement of various accrediting agencies who are interested in how institutions perform when compared to other institutions.
The following comparison/aspirational institutions were selected per the 2017-2022 One UND Strategic Plan.
Comparision Flagship Universities
|Comparison Flagship Universities||Institutional Research or University Facts||Common Data Set (CDS)|
|University of Idaho||U of Idaho Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation||U of Idaho CDS|
|University of Montana||U of Montana Institutional Research||U of Montana CDS|
|University of South Dakota||U of South Dakota Institutional Research Planning & Assessment||U of South Dakota CDS|
|University of Wyoming||University of Wyoming Institutional Analysis||University of Wyoming CDS|
Aspirational Flagship Universities
|Aspirational Flagship Universities||Institutional Research or University Facts||Common Data Set (CDS)|
|University of Iowa||U of Iowa Data & Reports||U of Iowa CDS|
|University of Minnesota||U of Minnesota Institutional Research||U of Minnesota CDS|
|University of Nebraska||Institutional Effectiveness & Analytics||University of Nebraska CDS|
The following peer institutions were selected in 2006 based on mission, enrollments, program type, and program areas. Peer institutions were identified for each of the 11 NDUS institutions.