Welcome to the Decision Support Toolkit (DSTk), CU Denver’s ever-evolving analytics platform, designed to support school and college leaders in addressing academic and fiscal planning challenges. The DSTk synthesizes institutional data from financial, academic, and HR data sources, providing accessible and actionable information to assess the efficiency and financial health of their unit.
Each of the DSTk modules focus on the three pillars of financial sustainability: Revenue Generation, Cost Containment, and Reallocation of Resources. With these three pillars in mind, the DSTk allows users to dig deep into business components and gain insights needed to inform strategy and decision making.
With a CU Denver designed platform,
the DSTk will
grow and evolve with the needs of the campus. Its collaborative design and
development process brings together contributors from every facet of the
institution. The tool is designed to provide campus leaders with data
and information needed to thrive operating under the
incentives-based budget model, and ultimately contribute to CU Denver’s
strategic priority in achieving long-term financial sustainability.
Navigate to one of the modules using the tiles below and log in with your university credentials. Remember, you must be logged on to the campus network or VPN to access the DSTk. Please keep in mind, access to this set of tools is currently limited to certain users within our schools and colleges.
This tool provides an overview of your school/college's inputs and outputs. Assess trends and comparative data to guide strategic decision-making.
Explore trends in student credit hours, student outcomes, fill rates and more. Start with an overview of your school/college, then dig into departments and subject areas for more insight.
Dive into trends and comparisons across programs. Use this tool to determine which programs are producing successful students and sufficient revenues.
Get familiar with the instructional costs and outputs in your unit. Begin with an overview of faculty types and credit hours produced, then dig into detail for programs and subject areas.
Formerly the FY 20-21 Scenario Planning Tool
View your course offerings and determine a break even level of enrollment
Don't see the data you're looking for?
Authorized faculty and staff can find additional data resources in Tableau Server by logging in with their university credentials.