Other Data Definition Resources
The CSUMB Data Glossary is not an exhaustive resource of all data terminology used at CSUMB.
This page provides additional resources available to find definitions and information about terminology you may encounter that is not defined in the CSUMB Data Glossary.
|Common Data Set Initiative
|Provides documentation and some data element definitions for Common Data Set reporting.
|CSU Academic Planning Database (APDB) Documentation (requires login)
|Provides documentation and a data element dictionary for the Academic Planning Database (APDB).
|CSU Admission Handbook
|Provides a glossary of terminology commonly used in the admissions process.
|CSU Branding Standards / Editorial Style Guide / Acronyms, Abbreviations and Organization Names
|Provides acronyms, abbreviations and organization names commonly used throughout the CSU system.
|CSU Enrollment Reporting System Data Element Dictionary (requires login)
|Provides data definitions, record formats, data value transformations, and other reporting requirements for the Enrollment Reporting System at the Chancellor's Office.
|CSU Institutional Research & Analyses Glossary
|Provides definitions for terminology used in systemwide CSU Institutional Research & Analyses reporting.
|CSU Policy Library
|Provides information on CSU systemwide policies such as Executive Orders.
|Provides general information about CSUMB, information about costs and aid, information on academic programs, and policies and procedures at CSUMB.
|Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Glossary
|Provides definitions for terminology included in the National Center for Education Statistics IPEDS Data Collection System.
|Oracle PeopleSoft Campus Solutions 9.2 Peoplebooks
|Provides documentation for OASIS (CMS) core functionality and campus solutions applications. PeopleSoft documentation includes definitions for most fields and controls that appear on application pages. These definitions describe how to use a field or control, where populated values come from, the effects of selecting certain values, and so on.