Institutional Reports & Resources

Looking for data or information on students, enrollment, departments, colleges, or peer institutions? Look no further.

The reports and resources below contain data from the past five years.  In most cases the IR Department has reports from prior years.  If you desire historical data please submit an information request to the Office of Institutional Research.

Reports and resources

Fact Sheets provide snapshots of enrollment information and are published each fall, spring and summer.

2022-2023       Fall (PDF)                    Spring (PDF)             Summer (PDF)

2021-2022        Fall (PDF)                    Spring (PDF)             Summer (PDF)

2020-2021        Fall (PDF)                    Spring (PDF)             Summer (PDF)

2019-2020        Fall (PDF)                    Spring (PDF)             Summer (PDF)

2018-2019         Fall (PDF)                    Spring (PDF)             Summer (PDF)

2017-2018         Fall (PDF)                    Spring (PDF)             Summer (PDF)

Selecting the University's Peers

In 2014, the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) voted to adopt the “Competitor States Model” developed by the 2008 Commission to Develop the Maryland Model for Funding Higher Education (the Bohanan Commission). This model compares funding for each public four-year institution in Maryland to that of similar public institutions within the ten states that Maryland competes against most heavily in the national economy: California, Massachusetts, Washington, North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, and Minnesota.  

Towson University’s leadership selected 11 performance peers in May 2015. Towson University's listing of peers includes comparator and aspirant institutions with similar mixes of academic offerings, enrollment headcounts, student diversity, and student performance.

These reports provide comparisons, between Towson University and its performance peers, on a number of measures of student enrollment, student performance, expenditures, and faculty/staff levels. The National Center for Education Statistics uses data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System to generate these comparison reports.

2022 (PDF)            2022 (Web Accessible HTML)

2021 (PDF)            2021 (Web Accessible HTML)

2020 (PDF)           2020 (Web Accessible HTML)

2019 (PDF)            2019 (Web Accessible HTML)

2018 (PDF)

2017 (PDF)

2016 (PDF)

2015 (PDF)

Managing for Results is a budget management initiative implemented statewide in July 1998.

2022 MFR (PDF)

2021 MFR (PDF)

2020 MFR (PDF)

2019 MFR (PDF)

2018 MFR (PDF)

2017 MFR (PDF)

2016 MFR (PDF)

The University System of Maryland (USM) staff produces this annual report as a summary of the instructional workload, which includes teaching, research, and services activities, of the tenured and tenure-track faculty at USM's degree-granting institutions.

29th Annual Report: 2022 (PDF) 

28th Annual Report: 2021 (PDF) 

27th Annual Report: 2020 (PDF) 

26th Annual Report: 2019 (PDF)  

25th Annual Report: 2018 (PDF)  

24th Annual Report: 2017 (PDF)  

23rd Annual Report: 2016 (PDF)  


Department profiles: Provide five-year snapshots of enrollment, faculty, degree and expenditure data.  Reports are updated annually in October and December.