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A Descriptive Summary of 1999–2000 Bachelor’s Degree Recipients 1 Year Later: With an Analysis of Time to Degree

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Table 1 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to gender and race/ethnicity, by age and gender

Table 2 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to age at bachelor’s degree completion, by gender, race/ethnicity, and parents’ educational attainment

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Table 3 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to parents’ educational attainment, by age, gender, and race/ethnicity

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Table 4 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to undergraduate major, by student demographic and academic characteristics

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Table 5 Grade-point average overall and in major field of study for 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients, by student demographic and academic characteristics

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Table 6 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients according to first institution type, by student demographic and academic characteristics

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Table 7 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients according to degree-granting institution type, by student academic and enrollment characteristics

Table 8 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients according to time between high school graduation and postsecondary entry, by first institution type and degree-granting institution type

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Table 9 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients according to time between high school graduation and degree completion, by first institution type and degree-granting institution type

Table 10 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients according to time between postsecondary entry and degree completion, by first institution type and degree-granting institution type

Table 11 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients according to time between postsecondary entry and degree completion, by number of institutions attended and total number of months stopped out

Table 12 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients with less than 6 months of stopout according to time between postsecondary entry and degree completion, by student demographic, academic, and enrollment characteristics

Table 13 Among 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients with less than 6 months of stopout between institutions, average number of months between postsecondary entry and degree completion, by degree-granting institution type and student demographic, academic, and enrollment characteristics

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Table I.1 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to gender, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table I.2 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to race/ethnicity, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table I.3 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to citizenship status, and percentage fluent in a non-English language, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table I.4 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to parents’ educational attainment, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table I.5 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to age at postsecondary entry, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table I.6 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to age when received bachelor’s degree, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table I.7 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to marital status, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table I.8 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to number of children, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table I.9 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to housing type, and percentage living with parents, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table I.10 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to region of current residence, and percentage living in same state as bachelor’s degree-granting institution, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table I.11 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to distance from high school to current residence, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table I.12 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to military status, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001




Table II.1 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to undergraduate major, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table II.2 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to cumulative undergraduate grade-point average, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table II.3 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to grade-point average in undergraduate major, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table II.4 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to first institution type, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table II.5 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to total number of months stopped out, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table II.6 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to number of institutions attended, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table II.7 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to prior attainment, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table II.8 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to degree-granting institution type, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table II.9 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients according to time between high school graduation and postsecondary entry, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table II.10 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients according to time between high school graduation and degree completion, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table II.11 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 first-time bachelor’s degree recipients according to time between postsecondary entry and degree completion, by selected student and institution characteristics

Table II.12 Among 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients, average and median number of months between postsecondary entry and degree completion, by type of degree-granting institution and selected student and institution characteristics




Table III.1 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to their employment status and the corresponding unemployment rate, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table III.2 Percentage distribution of employed 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to occupation, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table III.3 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to annual salary, and average and median annual salary, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table III.4 Percentage of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who were not working, months since last worked for pay, and percentage received unemployment compensation, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table III.5 Percentage distribution of employed 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to whether job is start of career and whether job is related to undergraduate major, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table III.6 Among employed 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who do not consider their current job to be the start of their career, percentage distribution according to reason for having this job, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table III.7 Percentage of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who have an occupational license or a professional certification, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table III.8 Percentage of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who did various types of community service in the last year, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001




Table IV.1 Percentage of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who borrowed for their undergraduate education, and among those the amount borrowed and the amount still owed, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table IV.2 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to postbaccalaureate program enrollment status, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table IV.3 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to their highest postbaccalaureate program enrollment since receiving a bachelor’s degree, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table IV.4 Among the 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who had enrolled in graduate school since receiving their bachelor’s degree, percentage distribution according to highest degree program, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table IV.5 Among the 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients enrolled in graduate school since receiving their bachelor’s degree, percentage distribution according to graduate field of study, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001

Table IV.6 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients according to graduate school path location, by selected student and institution characteristics: 2001


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