- Lists – for example, a random sample of students or a list that is to be part of a research project involving the IR office (Note that if you need a simple list, such as a list of students’ names and addresses, you should contact Computing Services.)
- Descriptive Statistics – for example, means (i.e., averages) of students’ scores on a survey or test
- Higher Level Analysis – for example, an analysis of whether students’ grades in one course are associated with their grades in another course or any other type of analysis that would require a higher level of statistical analysis
- Survey Design – for example, the design and analysis of paper-and-pencil or web surveys
If you are a writer from a news organization or agency who would like MCC data, please contact the Public Affairs Office.
The IR Office does not have the authority to release data to anyone on individuals (students, faculty, staff, etc.). Requests for data about individuals should go to the relevant office.