The Analytics and Integrated Planning (AIP) division brings expertise in strategic data planning, advanced analysis, reporting, and institutional research to the university, with the explicit purpose of leveraging institutional data and enhancing analytics to enable robust decision-making across the institution. To that end, AIP works directly with the university community to align analytics activities with institutional goals.
Knight Vision & Future Analytics
AIP is leading four reporting & analytics projects in preparation for Knight Vision at UCF. The early start priority projects include:
Analytics Center of Excellence (ACE)
University Reporting Strategy
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INSTITUTIONAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT (IKM)
IKM is the official source of UCF institutional data. We provide accurate, insightful, and actionable information to the university and the public. Our areas of focus include supporting executive and operational decision-making, preparing and submitting state and federal reports, responding to national surveys, and collecting and interpreting data in response to internal and external data requests.
Founded in 2017, the Central Florida Education Ecosystem Database (CFEED) is a collaborative effort between UCF, Valencia College, Orange County Public Schools, and The School District of Osceola County which seeks to improve students success by using connected data and analytics to impact student success.
This new model of collaborative data sharing among Central Florida pre-kindergarten through university public education institutions, will identify factors that inform decisions and interventions to increase student success and outcomes.
Related Academic Programs
Obtain an advanced degree or graduate certificate in a data and analytics focused program offered by the University of Central Florida.
Raising Her Voice
As she approaches graduation, Seher Tas plans to use her skills as a storyteller to make a difference in the film industry.
UCF Doctoral Scholar Named National Science Foundation Biology Fellow
The award will help William Beckerson study mind-control fungus found in Florida ants, which could provide clues to treat neurological disorders.