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A Profile of Successful Pell Grant Recipients: Time to Bachelor's Degree and Early Graduate School Enrollment

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Table F-A Among 1999–2000 college graduates, percentage with undergraduate risk characteristics by Pell Grant status: 2001

Table F-B Among 1999–2000 college graduates, percentage with selected student characteristics by Pell Grant status: 2001

Table F-C Among 1999–2000 college graduates, percentage who borrowed for their undergraduate education and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by Pell Grant status: 2001

Table F-D Among 1999–2000 college graduates, percentage distribution by time between postsecondary entry and bachelor’s degree completion and Pell Grant status: 2001

Table F-E Among 1999–2000 college graduates, percentage who had stopped out and percentage who had transferred to another postsecondary institution during their undergraduate years, by Pell Grant status: 2001

Table F-F Among 1999–2000 college graduates, percentage distribution by graduate school enrollment status and Pell Grant status: 2001


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Table 1 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 college graduates by Pell Grant status and selected demographic characteristics: 2001

Table 2 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 college graduates by Pell Grant status and undergraduate risk characteristics: 2001

Table 3 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 college graduates by Pell Grant status and undergraduate enrollment characteristics: 2001

Table 4 Among 1999–2000 college graduates, percentage who graduated within 6 years, and average and median number of months to bachelor’s degree, by Pell Grant status and undergraduate enrollment characteristics: 2001

Table 5 Among 1999–2000 college graduates, percentage who graduated within 6 years, and average and median number of months to bachelor’s degree, by Pell Grant status and demographic characteristics: 2001

Table 6 Among 1999–2000 college graduates who received a Pell Grant, percentage distribution by parent’s education and time to bachelor’s degree: 2001

Table 7 Among 1999–2000 college graduates who received a Pell Grant, percentage distribution by transfer and stopout status, and time to bachelor’s degree: 2001

Table 8 Among 1999–2000 college graduates who received a Pell Grant, percentage distribution by degree-granting institution and time to bachelor’s degree: 2001

Table 9 Among 1999–2000 college graduates who received a Pell Grant, percentage with undergraduate risk characteristics, by time to bachelor’s degree: 2001

Table 10 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 college graduates by early graduate school enrollment and receipt of Pell Grant: 2001

Table 11 Among 1999–2000 college graduates who received a Pell Grant, percentage distribution by graduate enrollment status and selected demographic characteristics: 2001

Table 12 Among 1999–2000 college graduates who received a Pell Grant, percentage distribution by graduate enrollment status and selected undergraduate enrollment characteristics: 2001

Table 13 Among 1999–2000 college graduates who received a Pell Grant, percentage distribution by graduate enrollment status and undergraduate risk characteristics: 2001

Table 14 Among 1999–2000 college graduates who received a Pell Grant and were under age 30 when they graduated, percentage distribution by graduate enrollment status, family formation activities, and gender: 2001

Table 15 Among 1999–2000 college graduates, weighted least squares coefficients for number of months between entry into postsecondary education and bachelor’s degree completion, after adjusting for covariation among independent variables: 2001

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Table 16 Among 1999–2000 college graduates 1 year after receiving a bachelor’s degree, results of logit analysis of early enrollment in graduate school after adjusting for covariation among independent variables: 2001

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