The ACT EIS license allows unlimited installations on a single campus. The following data sets are available for purchase:
- ACT EIS Class of 2014 with Yield.* Contains data for those students from the high school class of 2014 who took the ACT assessment. Includes yield rates for your institution.
- ACT EIS Class of 2015. Contains data for those students who took the ACT assessment prior to their senior year and are now seniors. This is an affordable option for institutions in states where the ACT assessment is administered to all juniors.
- ACT EIS Class of 2016. Contains data for those students who completed the ACT Plan assessment during the 2013–2014 school year and are now juniors.
- ACT EIS Class of 2013 with Yield and Retention. Purchase the entire data set with yield and retention data or—if your institution purchased this set last year—order just the retention data as an add-on. This data set can be delivered as early as March 1, 2015.
ACT values its state partnerships. Institutions in states that have contracted with ACT to provide statewide testing for the ACT or ACT Plan receive a 20% discount on all ACT EIS purchases. The following states qualify: Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
*When you order the Class of 2014 with Yield data set before February 2015, the fastest way to receive ACT EIS with yield rates is to submit your freshman class enrollment data to ACT via the ACT Class Profile Service.
After you purchase the ACT EIS Class of 2014 with Yield, ACT will produce an ACT EIS data set for your institution without yield figures and make it immediately available for your use.
In the meantime, you have two choices for receiving yield rates:
- Provide to ACT your freshman class enrollment data via the ACT Class Profile Service, or
- Wait until ACT receives enrollment information from the National Student Clearinghouse. At that time, ACT can identify those ACT-tested students who enrolled at your institution.