Information Portal

Welcome to the Office of Quality and Performance Information Portal. The portal contains links to commonly accessed dashboards and reports. The reports are accessible, either by data domain below or found in the menu on right hand side .

Reports by Data Domain

The list below contains an interactive list of report links. Click on a section to drill down and view the available reports.

  • Student Survey Data
    • CSS (opens in a new window) – A dashboard containing a summary of the results from the Commencing Student Survey.
    • SFU - 2017 Quarter 1 Onwards (opens in a new window) – A dashboard containing a summary of student responses to the Student Feedback on Units Survey (10 questions, 2017 Quarter 1 Onwards).
    • SFU - 2012 - 2017 Summer B (opens in a new window) – A dashboard containing a summary of student responses to the Student Feedback on Units Survey (13 questions, 2012 - 2017 Summer B).
    • SFU - Response Rates (opens in a new window) – A dashboard containing a summary of student response rates to the Student Feedback on Units Survey.
    • SFT - Response Rates (opens in a new window) – A dashboard containing a summary of student response rates to the Student Feedback on Teaching Survey.
  • Course Demand and Admissions Data
  • Load and Enrolment Planning
    • Weekly Load Trend (Restricted access) (opens in a new window) – A dashboard that allows School Deans and Managers to view the course load trend compared to previous years, early in the teaching year. The load trend can be explored by School, Funding Category and Commencement Status.
    • Daily Enrolment Trend (Restricted access) (opens in a new window) – A dashboard that allows School Deans, School Managers and other selected staff to view course enrolments on a daily basis leading up to the start of teaching through to the Census date compared to previous years. The enrolment trend can be explored by School, Course, Teaching Period and Residency Status.
    • Daily Enrolment Trend - Mid Year (Restricted access) (opens in a new window) – A dashboard that allows School Deans, School Managers and other selected staff to view course enrolments for new commencing students in the respective teaching period on a daily basis leading up to the start of teaching through to the Census date compared to previous years. The enrolment trend can be explored by School, Course, Teaching Period and Residency Status.
    • Summer School Dashboard (opens in a new window) – A dashboard that allows School Deans and Managers to view and compare the performance of Summer School units.
  • Course Quality and Performance
    • ACR (opens in a new window) – A list of the current Annual Course Review dashboards. Separate dashboards are prepared for each School, and for Undergraduate vs Postgraduate courses.
    • Course Retention by School (opens in a new window) – Presents a summary of the ACR retention data in single dashboard, allowing individual schools and course retention levels to be easily compared.
    • Course Progress Rates by School (opens in a new window) – Presents a summary of the ACR progress rate data in single dashboard, allowing individual schools and course progress rates to be easily compared. This data was updated on the 31st of May 2017, you may notice some differences between previsoulsy published firgures.
  • Unit Enrolments & Demographics
    • Unit Demographics Dashboard (opens in a new window) - An interactive dashboard that displays details of the demographic breakdown of students studying at Western Sydney in individual units.
  • International
  • Rankings
    • Leiden Benchmarking (opens in a new window) – Compare the results of the Western Sydney Leiden research publication benchmarking against other institutions.
    • Rankings Summary (opens in a new window) - Summary and comparison of the ranking positions achieved by Western Sydney University across the different ranking agencies

Note, to obtain access to any of the Tableau dashboards listed in the Information Portal, please contact Ankit Gorakhia or Stephen Butcher.