(Reports listed in order of publication. For reports more than three years old, contact the webmaster.)
View the summary of findings for the 2018 Progress Report, which details the progress
made by Kentucky's public and AIKCU institutions between academic years 2015-16 to
2016-17. Areas of interest include degrees, graduation rates, retention rates and
View the comprehensive 2018 Progress Report, which details the progress made by Kentucky's
public and AIKCU institutions, as well as Kentucky's adult education system between
academic years 2015-16 to 2016-17. Areas of interest include college readiness, degrees,
student success, GED® and financial data.
See the results of CPE's survey of financial literacy efforts at Kentucky's campuses,
as well as other tools available to help students understand debt and how to manage
it. In conjunction with this report, the Council passed a resolution urging campus
leaders to implement a financial literacy programs.
Learn about the trends in transfer students to Kentucky's public and private institutions
from KCTCS. This report, presented at both the system and campus levels, details data
regarding where students transfer, what majors they pursue, and their retention and
graduation rates at four-year institutions.
View degree and credential attainment trends in Kentucky between academic years 2004‐05
and 2013‐14. The report include number and types of degrees; degree trends among
key demographics and the context for these trends.
View Kentucky's postsecondary fall enrollment trends for the five-year period of 2011-15.
Trends are reviewed by sector, race/ethnicity, underrepresented minority status, gender,
residency status, age and intensity (full-time versus part-time).
In 2016, the General Assembly established a Postsecondary Education Working Group
to develop a comprehensive funding model that incorporates elements of campus performance,
mission, and enrollment. View the resultant report of the work group to the Governor
and Interim Joint Committee on Education
Learn the trends in student loan default and repayment for Kentucky’s postsecondary
education students who borrowed from the Federal government. Using federal cohort
data from 2006 through 2011, this report includes repayment behavior across time,
broken out by postsecondary sectors and by institutions.
Learn about the trends associated with student loan debt in Kentucky. This report
includes trends by demographics, average annual earnings by academic area and institutional
sector and an analysis of earnings need to repay loan debt.
The Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) at the University of Kentucky
was commissioned by the CPE on to examine the implications of educational attainment
various aspects of the state's economy. This study includes analysis on earnings,
employment, crime, health, Medicaid, public assistance and state revenue.