Ombuds Office 2015–16 Academic Year Statistics

  • Issues
  • Demographics
  • By Time
  • By Department

What is an "issue" ?

An issue is a description of a problem or concern that a student has come to the Ombuds Office with.

It is used as tag for a student's particular situation. A student's overall problem often was tagged with more than one issue.

Issues – listed individually

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Issues – grouped and categorized

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There are roughly 120 unique issue-tags. Here they are grouped into broad categories and subcategories for practicality.

Who comes to the Ombuds Office?

Gender

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Students' classification

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School Affiliation

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2015–16 academic year stats by month

Total new issues – by month

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The academic year for reference:

Visitors' student classification – by month

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What departments are related to the issues?

For an issue for which a student comes to the Ombuds Office, there may be multiple departments, offices, or divisions within the university that are related to the issue.

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Rank
Department or Office
Percent of Total
Count

Notes about these statistics and numbers

Totals and percentages

Percents are rounded to the nearest whole number and may not total to 100%.

Limitation

This data only represents visitors and issues that were brought to the Office of the Ombudsperson for Students between 2015–16.

This data does not represent Rutgers University as a whole.