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A Taxonomy of Beginning Community College Students and Their Outcomes 3 Years After Enrolling: 2003–04 Through 2006

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Table 1-A Age distribution as of 12/31/03 among 2003–04 beginning community college students, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 1-B Gender distribution of 2003–04 beginning community college students, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 1-C Race/ethnicity distribution of 2003–04 beginning community college students, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006
Table 2-A Income group distribution and percentage of 2003–04 beginning community college students with incomes at or below poverty level in 2003, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 2-B Percentage distribution of parents’ highest education level among 2003–04 beginning community college students, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 3 Percentage of 2003–04 beginning community college students who received a Pell Grant or Stafford loan at any time during their enrollment, and the percentage of students working while enrolled in their first year and average hours worked, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 4-A Percentage distribution of 2003–04 beginning community college students’ highest level of mathematics they reported completing in high school, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 4-B Percentage of 2003–04 beginning community college students who reported taking remedial courses in their first year, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 5 Percentage of 2003–04 beginning community college students who were retained at their first institution for 3 years, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 6 Percentage of 2003–04 beginning community college students who persisted in postsecondary education for 3 years, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 7 Among 2003–04 beginning community college students who were still enrolled after 3 years, the percentage who took an enrollment break of 5 or more months (stopped out) at least once, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 8 Percentage of 2003–04 beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate after 3 years, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 9-A Percentage of 2003–04 beginning community college students who transferred from their community college and the destination of transfer, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006


Table 9-B Percentage who transferred immediately or delayed 5 or more months among 2003–04 beginning community college students who transferred, by transfer destination and Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 10 Percentage of 2003–04 beginning community college students who left without a credential after 3 years, and the percentage who left each year, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 11-A Percentage reporting various reasons for leaving among 2003–04 beginning postsecondary students who left postsecondary education as of 2004 with no degree or certificate, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006

Table 11-B Percentage reporting various reasons for leaving among 2003–04 beginning postsecondary students who left postsecondary education as of 2006 with no degree or certificate, by Community College Taxonomy: 2006
Table 12 Percentage of 2003–04 community colleges who demonstrated selected outcomes, by independent variables included in the logit analysis: 2006
Table 13-A Institutional retention odds ratios for 2003–04 beginning community college students and corresponding F-statistics: 2006

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Table 13-B Institutional retention odds ratios for 2003–04 beginning community college students and corresponding F-statistics for students age 23 or younger and students age 24 or older: 2006

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Table 14 Institutional retention odds ratios for 2003–04 beginning community college students in the 4-year transfer track and AA track: 2006

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Table 15 First-year attrition odds ratios for 2003–04 beginning community college students, and among students who persisted to their third year, odds ratios for stopping out (taking a break of 5 or more months) and corresponding F-statistics: 2006
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