Institutional Research

Our mission is to provide data to support institutional improvement and effectiveness, as well as federal and state compliance. The Office of Institutional Research adheres to the Code of Ethics and Professional Practice of the Association of Institutional Research.

View dashboards and datasheets on institutional indicators, including enrollment, retention, student success, human resources, finances, and facilities.

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Note: Faculty & Staff should use the internal work order system to submit data requests.

View and download IPEDS, CDS, Student Right to Know, and other reported information.

2022 Fast Facts

Founded in 1872, Concord University is a public university dedicated to improving the lives of students and the community. The University is dedicated to innovative teaching and learning, intellectual and creative activities, and community service and civic engagement.


Total Enrollment = 1,748

Undergraduate – 1,399

Graduate – 349


56% Fall to Fall Retention Rate


42% 6-year graduation rate

448 Degrees conferred

Graduate Outcomes

4 years after graduation:

56% Working in WV

$38,909 Bachelor’s degree median wage

$49,798 Master’s degree median wage

Licensure Pass Rate

100% Teacher Licensure

90.5% Social Work Licensure, Clinical

52.0% Social Work Licensure, Master’s

45.5% Social Work Licensure, Bachelor’s


$34.12 Million Direct Annual Economic Impact

$3.35 Returned to taxpayers for every $1.00 in state appropriations

$26 Million Grants and Sponsored Programs Value

273 Jobs Supported

Breakdown of Students
First Time Freshman 370
Veterans 18
High School 77
Transfers 117
Countries Represented 22
States Represented 30
WV Counties Represented 49
Pell 49.7%
Breakdown of Faculty
Total Full-Time Faculty 103
Women 46
Men 48
Full-Time Faculty From Minority Background 13%
Full-Time Faculty With Terminal Degree 73%
Average Salary (All Ranks) $60,381
Student to Faculty Ratio 15:1
21-22 Cost & Financial Aid
In-State Tuition $8,465
Out-of-State Tuition $18,215
Room and Board (on-campus) $9,444
Books and Supplies $1,100
Transportation $1,354
Other Expenses $1,590
Full-Time Freshmen with Aid 97%
Average Full-Time 1st Year Aid $11,120

Academics Matter

With over 70 majors, minors, and areas of study, Concord University is a place where you can succeed academically. Class sizes are small, with an average class size of 14 students in Fall 2022. 23.8% of our degree-seeking undergraduate students are enrolled in State high priority programs. Additionally, 16.6% of our Fall 2022 students are PROMISE Scholars. Concord University also provides many excellent academic programs for our students, and is the only University in West Virginia with a McNair Scholars Program.

Our Staff

Martin, Miranda
Martin, Miranda
Director of Institutional Research & Data Services
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Ladner, Dara
Ladner, Dara
Title III Data Analyst
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