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College Persistence on the Rise? Changes in 5-Year Degree Completion and Postsecondary Persistence Rates Between 1994 and 2000

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Note: Some figures in this report were created from estimates taken from the report tables.

Figure A Percentage distribution of the highest level of education completed by students’ parents among beginning postsecondary students who first enrolled in 4-year institutions: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Figure B Among beginning postsecondary students who first enrolled in 4-year institutions, the percentage who had completed a bachelor’s degree or were still enrolled in a 4-year institution 5 years after they enrolled, by gender, race/ethnicity, and family income: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Figure C Among beginning postsecondary students who first enrolled in 4-year institutions, the percentage who completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by family income: 1989–90 and 1995–96


Report Figures as Tables

Figure 1 Postsecondary enrollment rates and bachelor’s degree completion rates for the high school classes of 1972, 1982, and 1992

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Figure 2 Percentage distribution of beginning postsecondary students by first institution type: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Figure 3 Among beginning postsecondary students who began at 4-year institutions, the percentage who had completed a bachelor’s degree or were still enrolled in a 4-year institution 5 years after they enrolled, by gender, race/ethnicity, and family income: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Figure 4 Among full-time, full-year undergraduates, the percentage who received financial aid, the average amount received (in constant 1999 dollars), and the percentage of the price of attendance that was covered by any type of aid: 1989–90, 1992–93, 1995–96, and 1999–2000


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