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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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Table A For beginning postsecondary students who first enrolled in 4-year institutions, percentage distribution by parents’ highest level of education: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table B Percentage of beginning postsecondary students who had completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by type of first institution and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

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Table 1 Percentage distribution of beginning postsecondary student characteristics, by type of first institution attended and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 2 Percentage distribution of beginning postsecondary students, by type of first institution attended and year enrolled according to the highest level of education completed by either parent, student expectations, and remedial coursetaking: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 3 Percentage distribution of beginning postsecondary students, by type of first institution attended and year enrolled according to characteristics associated with higher risk of not completing postsecondary education: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 4 Percentage of beginning postsecondary students who received loans or grants, by type of first institution attended and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 5a Percentage of beginning postsecondary students who had completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by type of first institution attended and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 5b Percentage of beginning postsecondary students who had completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by student characteristics and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 6 Among beginning postsecondary students who began at 4-year institutions, the percentage who had completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by student characteristics and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 7 Among beginning postsecondary students who began at public 4-year institutions, the percentage who had completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by student characteristics and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 8 Among beginning postsecondary students who began at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions, the percentage who had completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by student characteristics and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 9 Among beginning postsecondary students who began at public 2-year institutions, the percentage who had completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by student characteristics and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 10 Among beginning postsecondary students who began at private for-profit institutions, the percentage who had completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by student characteristics and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table11a Percentage of beginning postsecondary students identified as traditional college students who had completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by type of first institution attended and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 11b Percentage of beginning postsecondary students with any risk characteristics who had completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary education, by type of first institution attended and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96

Table 12 Among beginning postsecondary students who had ever transferred, the percentage who completed a degree or were still enrolled 5 years after they began postsecondary enrollment, by type of first institution attended and year enrolled: 1989–90 and 1995–96


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