Fresh IPEDS data dropped this week, and my evenings have been busy downloading, cleaning, and structuring the data. Since it's the holiday season, I won't even complain that IPEDS could make this all easy for anyone who wants to get the data, but then I suppose I'd have to shut down the blog.
This is pretty easy, I think: Answer almost any important enrollment question you might have about the last eleven years (as long as you don't want information about even-numbered years, of course).
There are two types of controls here: The ones in the blue boxes allow you to select only certain elements of the data. You might want to look at enrollment trends for full-time, female, undergraduate students. Three clicks in the boxes and you're there.
You can also look at individual institutions or a handful of institutions. That filter is at the very top. Hover over the Big Question Mark at top left for instructions about how that filter works.
Finally, once you've selected the data you want using the filters in the blue boxes, use the parameter control at lower right to break the data into pieces. You can do so five ways other than totals. And the Big Question Mark at lower right will help you if you get stuck.
I hope you find this helpful in your work. As always, let me know what you spot here, or if you see any obvious problems.