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Part-Time Undergraduates in Postsecondary Education: 2003–04

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Figure A Percentage of undergraduates with selected demographic and academic characteristics by enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Figure B Percentage of full-time and part-time undergraduates with selected demographic and academic characteristics: 2003–04

Figure C Percentage of undergraduates with selected enrollment characteristics, by enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Figure D Percentage of full-time and part-time undergraduates with selected enrollment characteristics: 2003–04

Figure E Percentage of undergraduates who worked while enrolled, worked full time while enrolled, or considered themselves primarily a student or an employee, by enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Figure F Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who had earned a degree/certificate or a bachelor’s degree, who had not earned a degree but were still enrolled, and who had not earned a degree and were not enrolled, by enrollment intensity: 2001

Figure 1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates by enrollment intensity: 2003–04

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Figure 2 Percentage of dependent undergraduates who reported that their parents helped pay various expenses for postsecondary education, by enrollment intensity: 2003–04

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Figure 3 Percentage distribution of part-time undergraduates by whether they were part-time students who looked like full-time students: 2003–04

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Figure 4 Average number of months enrolled by enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Figure 5 Percentage of undergraduates who worked while enrolled and who worked full time, by age, dependent status, and family income of dependent students: 2003–04

Figure 6 Percentage distribution of 1995–96 beginning students by enrollment intensity through 2001

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Figure 7 Among 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who attended school part time between 1995–96 and 2000–01, percentage distribution by whether they were part-time students who looked like full-time students

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Figure 8 Among 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who started postsecondary education with a degree goal, percentage distribution by degree attainment and persistence in 2001 and enrollment intensity

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Table 1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates by enrollment intensity and selected demographic characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates by enrollment intensity and selected academic characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3 Percentage distribution of part-time undergraduates with typical characteristics of full-time students, by enrollment intensity and selected demographic and academic characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4 Percentage distribution of undergraduates by type of institution and enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Table 5 Percentage distribution of undergraduates by degree program and enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Table 6 Among undergraduates who were enrolled in a less-than-4-year institution or not enrolled in a degree or certificate program, percentage who reported various reasons for enrolling in postsecondary education, by enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Table 7 Percentage distribution of undergraduates by their major field of study and enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Table 8 Number of months enrolled by enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Table 9 Percentage of undergraduates who worked while enrolled and who worked full time, average number of hours worked per week, and percentage distribution by their primary role, by enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Table 10 Among students who worked while enrolled but still considered themselves primarily students, percentage distribution by their main reasons for working and enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Table 11 Among students who worked while enrolled but still considered themselves primarily students, percentage who reported various effects of working, by enrollment intensity: 2003–04

Table 12 Percentage distribution of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students by highest degree of attainment and persistence through 2001 and enrollment intensity

Table 13 Percentage distribution of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students by whether they attained any degree or certificate in 2001, or if they did not attain, the year they left postsecondary education, by enrollment intensity

Table 14 Least squared coefficients for percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who had earned a degree or certificate by 2001, percentage who had earned a bachelor’s degree by 2001, and percentage who persisted through 2001 after controlling for selected student characteristics

Table 15 Among 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students with various enrollment intensity, least squared coefficients for percentage who had earned a degree or certificate by 2001, percentage who had earned a bachelor’s degree by 2001, and percentage who persisted through 2001 after controlling for selected student characteristics


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