Navigating Enrollment, Persistence, and Graduation Reports

Updated 3 days ago by Charlotte Klein

Gradforce users have access to a number of pre-built enrollment, persistence, and graduation reports, many of which are displayed in two primary dashboards: the Home Dashboard and the Network Dashboard.

Home Dashboard

The Home Dashboard allows you to see metrics specific to your school. As the name suggests, this is the main dashboard you see when you first log into Gradforce. You can Open the dashboard to see a larger display of the reports.

In this dashboard, you'll be able to see:

  1. College enrollment (4 yr and 2 yr) and graduation status (4 yr and 2 yr) by class year.
  2. Graduation rate (2 yr and 4 yr) by class year.
  3. Number of activities recorded for alumni over the past 90 days. Includes emails, tasks, and calls (does not include texts).
  4. Number of risk assessments performed for the two most recent class years.
  5. Number of risks with risk types per college/university for the most recent semester.
  6. Number of incoming and outgoing SMS messages.
  7. FAFSA completion status (completed, not completed, not recorded) for classes of 2020 and 2021.
  8. Student registration status (yes, no, not recorded) for classes of 2020 and 2021.
  9. Persistence after one year.
  10. College enrollment within the first year after high school graduation.
  11. Current enrollment by college/university, colleges with highest number of enrolled students at the top.
To see detailed student-level information for any chart, click "View Report" at the bottom of any component.

Network Dashboard

The Network Dashboard allows you to see high-level network data. Note that you will not be able to see any school- or student-specific information for other Cristo Rey schools, just aggregate numbers.

To find this dashboard:

  1. Click on the Dashboards tab in the navigation bar.
  1. In the menu to the left, click All Dashboards.
  1. Select Network Dashboard.

In this dashboard, you'll be able to see:

  1. Number of students by graduating class.
  2. College enrollment (4 yr and 2 yr) and graduation status (4yr and 2yr) by class year.
  3. Graduates by college/university, colleges with highest number of graduated Cristo Rey alumni on top.
  4. College enrollment within the first year after high school graduation.
  5. Persistence after one year.
  6. Current enrollment by college/university, colleges with highest number of enrolled students on top.


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