The Center for Postsecondary Research (CPR) promotes student success and institutional excellence by conducting and disseminating research on student access, assessment, engagement, and persistence and by assisting postsecondary institutions and related agencies in gathering and using data for educational decision making and institutional improvement. CPR is a research center of the Indiana University School of Education.


Position Announcement

The Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Research (CPR), in partnership with the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), launched the VALUE Institute. CPR seeks a visiting research associate to be the institute coordinator to manage the day-to-day operations of the VALUE Institute. Read more...

NSSE Annual Results 2017 Now Available

Students in courses with more inclusive practices reported greater learning and engagement. Read more...

The VALUE Institute, a partnership between the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) and Indiana University's Center for Postsecondary Research

Launched November 15, 2017 as higher education's most comprehensive resource for student learning assessment. Read more...

Review of Student Success Frameworks to Mobilize Higher Education

A report authored by Jillian Kinzie and George Kuh, "Review of Student Success Frameworks to Mobilize Higher Education", which examines the state of student success approaches and opportunities in the field, is now available.

NSF Awards the Council on Undergraduate Research and CPR $1.7 million

Congratulations to CPR Associate Director, Jillian Kinzie!! Jillian and colleagues from CUR were awarded a $1.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation for a five-year study aimed at strengthening undergraduate research and creating cohesive, research-based curricula for college-level biology, chemistry, physics and psychology.

Barbara Stewart and Katie Noel Win SOE Award

Congratulations to Barbara Stewart, Office and Project Coordinator, and Katie Noel, Office Secretary, for receiving the 2016 School of Education Staff Recognition Award! We are very grateful for their dedication, willingness to assist, and professionalism which benefit all projects in the Center. We are also proud that this is the first time this award has been given to CPR staff. The award includes a congratulatory letter from Terry Mason, the Interim Dean of the School of Education, and a monetary bonus. Please join us in celebrating Barbara and Katie on this well-deserved award!

Employment Opportunities


Center for Postsecondary Research
Indiana University School of Education
1900 East Tenth Street
Eigenmann Hall Suite 419
Bloomington, IN 47406–7512
Phone: 812.856.5824
Fax: 812.856.5150