Explore WPI's enrollment trends by gender, race, diversity status, age, residency, degree objectives, and department. Enrollment numbers are based on the WPI official fall census date (October 1st of each year).
The Office of Institutional Research (IR) facilitates WPI’s emphasis on data-informed decision-making, providing accurate and consistent information used for institutional planning, policy formation, and analysis in support of institutional goals.
The office is the primary source for official institutional data for both internal and external reporting purposes. IR plays a pivotal role in the areas of data reporting, data integrity, survey research, assessment, and analytics. IR adheres to the Association for Institutional Research’s Code of Ethics & Professional Practice.
Freshman-year to sophomore-year retention is the rate at which students return to WPI after completing their first year. Explore the retention rates of first-year cohorts, Pell Grant recipients, and Direct Subsidized Loan recipients by gender, diversity status, and home residency.
The graduation rate is the measure of the rate at which students complete their educational program at an institution. Filter the first-year cohorts, Pell Grant recipients, or Direct Subsidized Loan recipients by gender, diversity status, and residency.