Grants and Sponsored Programs: Institutional & USG Data
About Dalton State College
USG Data and Reports
- Curriculum Inventory Reports
- Credit Hour Reports
- Degrees Conferred Reports
- Faculty Information
- Financial Aid Reports
- Georgia Resident Enrollment by County
- Graduation Rates Reports
- Information Digest
- Retention Rates Reports
- Semester Enrollment Reports
- Student Information Reporting System
- Transfer Reports
- Ten-Year Enrollment Reports
- USG by the Numbers
Organizational Information & Codes
Dalton State College
650 College Drive
Dalton, GA 30720
|Employer Identification Number (EIN)||58-0975068|
SAM Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) - This will replace the DUNS number
beginning April 2022
Dr. Margaret Venable
|Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management||
Dr. Jodi Johnson
|Vice President of Academic Affairs||
Dr. Bruno Hicks
|Authorized Organization Representative (AOR)||
Sen. Raphael Warnock
Sen. Jon Ossof
|U.S. House of Representatives (14th Congressional District)||
Marjorie Taylor Greene
|State Senate||Chuck Payne|
District 2 - Thomas (Steve) Tarvin
District 4 - Kasey Carpenter
District 6 - Jason Ridley
Frequently Used DSC Data
The following listing is made available by the UTC Office of Research and Sponsored Programs:
Compelling proposals often include data and statistics to support the need for the project and/or bolster the case for the proposed activities or research.
Full online access to Science and Engineering Indicators 2018 is now available. This provides a broad base of quantitative information on the U.S. and international science and engineering enterprise. Accompanying SEI 2018 are the interactive Science and Engineering Indicators Digest and the redesigned State Data Tool, which provides a wealth of information on science and technology infrastructure by state and allows in-depth exploration of these data.
STEMConnector™ is designed to link "all things STEM" by constructing a comprehensive Web Site that provides connections to national, state and local STEM entities and their own content through a variety of search tools.
The OECD provides a wealth of statistics that could be useful in developing proposals.
The Editorial Projects in Education (EPE) Research Center conducts annual policy surveys, collects data, and performs analyses that appear in various education publications.
The U.S. Education Dashboard provides convenient access to key national and state education data, noting the progress being made at all levels of the education system and encouraging communities to participate in an informed conversation about their schools.
The U.S. Census Bureau website offers useful facts and figures that can strengthen your proposal, including housing, income, educational status, and other demographic data.
Through the KIDS COUNT website you can find a national and state-by-state database showing the status of children in the U.S.
The U.S. Department of Education's website includes a wealth of potentially helpful information including a section on Research and Statistics.
The National Science Foundation offers many grant programs each year. In addition to finding grants on this website, you can also find statistics on education, the federal government, industry, and more. The NSF website also provides science and engineering news and the latest discoveries that NSF has helped to bring about through their funding and research.
The Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics was officially created in 1997 and is the result of a merging between the Office of Managment and Budget and six other Federal agencies. The organization publishes statistics that are indicative of child and family well-being. The report identifies 38 key indicators of a child's well-being and is organized and written to be understood by a wide audience.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provides state-by-state chartbooks on various health issues.