Ozan Jaquette
Moore Hall 3038
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1521

P: (310) 206-3030
E: ozanj@ucla.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Ozan Jaquette

Assistant Professor

Education

  • Ph.D., Higher Education, University of Michigan
  • M.Phil., Social Policy, Oxford University
  • B.B.A., Business Economics, George Washington University

Teaching & Research Interests

I study the organizational behavior of colleges and universities.  My research program analyzes how colleges and universities change behavior to generate enrollment from desired student populations.  I am interested in the tensions between the enrollment pursuits of access, academic prestige, and revenue generation.  One line of research analyzes the causes and consequences of out-of-state enrollment growth at public universities.  An emerging line of research uses “data science” methods of data collection to understand which students colleges actually recruit.  My teaching interests are applied quantitative methods, organizational theory, higher education finance, and enrollment management. 

Select Publications

  1. Jaquette, O., & Parra, E. (2016). The Problem with the Delta Cost Project Database. Research in Higher Education, 57(5), 630-651.
  2. Jaquette, O., Curs, B. R., & Posselt, J.R. (2016). Tuition rich, mission poor: Nonresident enrollment growth and the socioeconomic and racial composition of public research universities. Journal of Higher Education, 87(5), 635-673.
  3. Jaquette, O., & Curs, B. R. (2015). Creating the out-of-state university: Do public universities increase nonresident freshman enrollment in response to declining state appropriations? Research in Higher Education, 56(6), 535-565.
  4. Jaquette, O., & Hillman, N. W. (2015). Paying for default: Change over time in the share of federal financial aid sent to institutions with high student loan default rates. Journal of Student Financial Aid, 45(1), Article 2 [26 pages].
  5. Cabrera, N. L., Milem, J. F., Jaquette, O., & Marx, R. (2014). Missing the (student achievement) forest for all the (political) trees: Empiricism and the Mexican American Studies controversy in Tucson. American Educational Research Journal, 51(6), 1084-1118.
  6. Jaquette, O., & Parra, E. E. (2014). Using IPEDS for panel analyses: Core concepts, data challenges, and empirical applications. In M. B. Paulsen (Ed.), Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research (Vol. 29, pp. 467-533): Springer Netherlands.