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Profile of Undergraduates in U.S. Postsecondary Education Institutions: 2003–04
With a Special Analysis of Community College Students

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Table 1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ age group, gender, and race/ethnicity for students attending community colleges and 4-year institutions: 2003–04

Table 2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ dependency and family status and income level for students attending community colleges and 4-year institutions: 2003–04

Table 3A Average tuition and fees, average total price of attendance, and percentage of undergraduates in community colleges receiving any aid, any grants, or any student loans, and among recipients, the average amounts received, by selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3B Average tuition and fees, average total price of attendance, and percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in community colleges receiving any aid, any grants, or any student loans, and among recipients, the average amounts received, by selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4A Percentage of community college students receiving federal, state, institutional, or other sources of grants, and among recipients, average grant amounts received, by selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4B Percentage of full-time, full-year community college students receiving federal, state, institutional, or other sources of grants, and among recipients, average grant amounts received, by selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 5 Percentage distribution of community college students’ attendance for all months enrolled, by the community college track: 2003–04

Table 6 Percentage of community college students’ reporting various reasons for enrolling, by the community college track: 2003–04

Table 7 Age distribution of community college students as of 12/31/03, by the community college track: 2003–04

Table 8 Gender distribution of community college students, by the community college track: 2003–04

Table 9 Percentage distribution of community college students’ dependency and family status, by the community college track: 2003–04

Table 10 Race/ethnicity distribution of community college students, by the community college track: 2003–04

Table 11 Percentage distribution of community college students’ major field of study, by the community college track: 2003–04

Table 12 Percentage of community college students who reported taking remedial courses in the current year, by the community college track: 2003–04

Table 13 Percentage distribution of community college students’ cumulative grades, by the community college track: 2003–04

Table 14A Percentage of community college students who attained a credential, attended 9 months or more, or did neither among those enrolled in the fall, by the community college track: 2003–04

Table 14B Percentage of community college students who attained a credential, attended 9 months or more, or did neither among those enrolled in the fall, by the community college track and age group: 2003–04

   
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Compendium Tables Section One

Table 1.1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by level of institution and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by control of institution and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.3 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by control and type of institution and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.4 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by class level and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.5 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by attendance status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.6 Percentage of undergraduates attending a postsecondary institution in home state, the number of miles between home and postsecondary institution, and percentage of undergraduates who ever attended a community college, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.7A Percentage of undergraduates who took any distance education courses in 2003–04, and among those who did, the percentage reporting various ways in which the courses were delivered, by selected institutional and student characteristics

Table 1.7B Among undergraduates who participated in distance education courses, percentage distribution of their reported satisfaction compared with regular classes, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

   
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Compendium Tables Section Two

Table 2.1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by undergraduate program and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates with a declared major, by field of study and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.3 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their undergraduate grade point average and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

   
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Compendium Tables Section Three

Table 3.1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by gender and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by race/ethnicity and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.3 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by age, their average and median age (as of 12/31/03), and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.4 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by dependency, marital, and parenthood status, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.5A Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by 2002 income, dependency status, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.5B Percentage distribution of dependent undergraduates, by 2002 family income and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.5C Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates, by 2002 student income and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.6 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by marital status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.7 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by number of dependents, the percentage of single parents, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.8 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their high school completion status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.9 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their local residence while enrolled and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.10 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by citizenship and federal financial aid eligibility status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.11 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by the highest level of education completed by either parent and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

   
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Compendium Tables Section Four

Table 4.1 Percentage of undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education, and among those receiving aid, the average amount of aid received, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4.2A Percentage of dependent undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education, and among those receiving aid, the average amount of aid received, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4.2B Percentage of independent undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education, and among those receiving aid, the average amount of aid received, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4.3 Percentage distribution of dependent undergraduates, by number of credit cards in own name, the average and median amount on all credit cards for those who carried a balance, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

   
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Compendium Tables Section Five

Table 5.1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their work status while enrolled, average and median hours worked per week, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 5.2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates with respect to how they defined their primary role of work and study, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 5.3 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by number of community service activities, the average and median hours worked per month, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 5.4 Percentage of undergraduates who performed various types of community service activities, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 5.5 Among U.S. citizens, percentage of undergraduates who reported having registered to vote in the United States, and who ever had voted, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

   
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Compendium Tables Section Six

Table 6.1 Percentage of undergraduates who reported some type of disability and among those who did, the percentage distribution, by type of disability and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 6.2 Percentage of first- and second-year undergraduates who reported ever taking remedial courses, and among those taking such courses in 2003–04, the type of courses by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2003–04


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