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Six-Year Attainment, Persistence, Transfer, Retention, and Withdrawal Rates of Students Who Began Postsecondary Education in 2003-04

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Table 1.0 Percentage distribution of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary studentsí first institution type and attainment by 2009, by degree or certificate program: 2004-09

Table 1.1-A Percentage distribution of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary studentsí degree or certificate program, degree expectations, and academic preparation, by level and type of first institution attended: 2004

Table 1.1-B Percentage distribution of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary studentsí enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and last institution type, by level and type of first institution attended: 2004-09

Table 1.1-C Percentage distribution of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary studentsí demographics, highest education of parents, and family income, by level and type of first institution attended: 2004

Table 1.1-D Percentage distribution of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary studentsí persistence risk factor status when first enrolled, by level and type of first institution attended: 2004

Table 2.0-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students, by first institution type, degree or certificate program, and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 2.0-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and last institution type: 2004-09

Table 2.0-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 2.0-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 2.1-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, by degree or certificate program and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 2.1-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and first degree or certificate attained: 2004-09

Table 2.1-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 2.1-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 2.2-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, by degree or certificate program and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 2.2-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and first degree or certificate attained: 2004-09

Table 2.2-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 2.2-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 2.3-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 2.3-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and first degree or certificate attained: 2004-09

Table 2.3-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 2.3-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 2.4-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 2.4-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and first degree or certificate attained: 2004-09

Table 2.4-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 2.4-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 3.0-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students, by first institution type, degree or certificate program, and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 3.0-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 3.0-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 3.0-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 3.1-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, by degree or certificate program and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 3.1-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 3.1-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 3.1-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 3.2-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, by degree or certificate program and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 3.2-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 3.2-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 3.2-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 3.3-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 3.3-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 3.3-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 3.3-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 3.4-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 3.4-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 3.4-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 3.4-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and retention rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 4.1-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a certificate program, by first institution type and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 4.1-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a certificate program, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and first degree or certificate attained: 2004-09

Table 4.1-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a certificate program, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 4.1-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a certificate program, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 4.2-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in an associate's degree program, by first institution type, associateís degree type, and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 4.2-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in an associate's degree program, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and first degree or certificate attained: 2004-09

Table 4.2-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in an associate's degree program, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 4.2-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in an associate's degree program, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 4.3-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a bachelorís degree program, by first institution type, degree expectations, and academic preparation: 2004-09

Table 4.3-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a bachelorís degree program, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and first degree or certificate attained: 2004-09

Table 4.3-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a bachelorís degree program, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 4.3-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a bachelorís degree program, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 4.4-A Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a bachelorís degree program who were also recent high school graduates, by first institution type, degree expectations, and academic preparation: 2004-09

Table 4.4-B Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a bachelorís degree program who were also recent high school graduates, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and first degree or certificate attained: 2004-09

Table 4.4-C Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a bachelorís degree program who were also recent high school graduates, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 4.4-D Percentage distribution of six-year attainment and persistence rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning in a bachelorís degree program who were also recent high school graduates, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 5.0-A Cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students and percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by first institution type, degree or certificate program, and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 5.0-B Cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students and percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 5.0-C Cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students and percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 5.0-D Cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students and percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 5.1-A Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by degree or certificate program and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 5.1-B Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 5.1-C Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 5.1-D Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 5.2-A Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by degree or certificate program, associateís degree type, and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 5.2-B Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 5.2-C Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 5.2-D Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 5.3-A Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 5.3-B Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and last institution type: 2004-09

Table 5.3-C Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 5.3-D Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 5.4-A Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 5.4-B Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics, college grade point average, and last institution type: 2004-09

Table 5.4-C Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 5.4-D Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution, the cumulative postsecondary withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at any institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 5.5-A Cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students and percentage distribution of their attainment status at first institution as of spring 2009, by first institution type, degree or certificate program, and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 5.5-B Cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students and percentage distribution of their attainment status at first institution as of spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 5.5-C Cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students and percentage distribution of their attainment status at first institution as of spring 2009, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 5.5-D Cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students and percentage distribution of their attainment status at first institution as of spring 2009, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 5.6-A Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 5.6-B Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 5.6-C Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 5.6-D Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 2-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 5.7-A Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 5.7-B Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 5.7-C Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 5.7-D Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a for-profit public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 5.8-A Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, and the percentage distribution of their attainment status at any institution as of spring 2009, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 5.8-B Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 5.8-C Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 5.8-D Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 5.9-A Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 5.9-B Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics and college grade point average: 2004-09

Table 5.9-C Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 5.9-D Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution, the cumulative first-institution withdrawal rate of those who had not earned any degree or certificate and were not enrolled at first institution as of spring 2009, by persistence risk factor status when first enrolled: 2004-09

Table 6.0-A Percentage distribution of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary studentsí transfer status and last year of enrollment at first institution before transfer, by first institution type, degree or certificate program, and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 6.0-B Percentage distribution of all 2003-04 first-time postsecondary studentsí transfer status and institution type of first transfer destination, by first institution type, degree or certificate program, and degree expectations: 2004-09

Table 6.1-A Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students who transferred, percentage distribution of studentsí last year of enrollment at first institution before transfer, by degree or certificate program, degree expectations, and enrollment characteristics: 2004-09

Table 6.1-B Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students who transferred, percentage distribution of studentsí institution type of first transfer destination, by degree or certificate program, degree expectations, and enrollment characteristics: 2004-09

Table 6.1-C Among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students who transferred, percentage distribution of first academic year at transfer destination, by degree or certificate program, degree expectations, and enrollment characteristics: 2004-09

Table 7.1-A Bachelorís degree completion rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution in a bachelorís degree program, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 7.1-B Bachelorís degree completion rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution in a bachelorís degree program, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 7.2-A Bachelorís degree completion rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution in a bachelorís degree program, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 7.2-B Bachelorís degree completion rates at first institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution in a bachelorís degree program, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 7.3-A Bachelorís degree completion rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution in a bachelorís degree program, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 7.3-B Bachelorís degree completion rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year public institution in a bachelorís degree program, by student demographics: 2004-09

Table 7.4-A Bachelorís degree completion rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution in a bachelorís degree program, by first institution characteristics and selected student characteristics: 2004-09

Table 7.4-B Bachelorís degree completion rates at any institution among 2003-04 first-time postsecondary students beginning at a 4-year private nonprofit institution in a bachelorís degree program, by student demographics: 2004-09

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