Georgia State alumni, nearly 275,000 worldwide, include leaders in almost every field. Sixty-nine percent of alumni live and work in Atlanta.
Most innovative university in the U.S., according to U.S. News & World Report.
Students enrolled at Georgia State University.
Research centers, including eight university-level centers and institutes, focused on addressing critical quality-of-life issues such as cancer, obesity, brain health and infectious disease.
Best university in undergraduate teaching in the U.S., according to U.S. News & World Report.
Analytics and Infographics
For more information on these infographics, view the 2022 Complete College Georgia Report.
Reports and Fact Books
Learn More About the Staff Climate Reports
Staff Climate Reports
The Georgia State University Staff Climate Survey was originally developed in 2013 by an ad hoc committee of GSU Staff Council members and university representatives. Since then, OIR has been using this instrument to survey GSU staff biannually to learn more about their opinions regarding GSU as a workplace.
GSU Fact Books
The university fact book provides a picture of our university using data about our enrollment, admissions, policies, degrees, students, faculty, staff, and instructional sites.
Learn More About GSU Fact Books
Common Data Set
The GSU Common Data Set is a compilation of commonly asked questions regarding the university, created by the Common Data Set initiative.
Learn More About the Common Data Set
Learn More About the Expectations v. Experience Reports
First-Year Student Expectations vs. Experience Survey Reports
Our office surveys incoming first-year students to compare what first-year students expect to experience as undergraduate students versus what they actually experience after two semesters.
Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Office of Institutional Research (OIR)
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