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Trends in Attainment Among Student Populations at Increased Risk of Noncompletion: Selected Years, 1989–90 to 2008–09

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Table A Percentage of all first-time beginners entering postsecondary education, by selected student populations: Academic years 1989–90, 1995–96, and 2003–04

Table 1 Percentage distribution of first-time beginning students, by selected student populations and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: Academic years 1989–90, 1995–96, and 2003–04

Table 2.1 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for all first-time beginners, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1990–94, 1996–2000, and 2004–08

Table 2.2 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for low-income dependent students, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1990–94, 1996–2000, and 2004–08

Table 2.3 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students whose parents did not attend college, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1990–94, 1996–2000, and 2004–08

Table 2.4 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students with dependents, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1990–94, 1996–2000, and 2004–08

Table 2.5 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students working full time, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1990–94, 1996–2000, and 2004–08

Table 2.6 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for Black and Hispanic students, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1990–94, 1996–2000, and 2004–08

Table 3.1 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for all first-time beginners, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1996–2001 and 2004–09

Table 3.2 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for low-income dependent students, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1996–2001 and 2004–09

Table 3.3 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students whose parents did not attend college, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1996–2001 and 2004–09

Table 3.4 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students with dependents, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1996–2001 and 2004–09

Table 3.5 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students working full time, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1996–2001 and 2004–09

Table 3.6 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for Black and Hispanic students, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 1996–2001 and 2004–09

Table 4.1 Among 2003–04 first-time beginners, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 2004–09

Table 4.2 Among 2003–04 low-income dependent students, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 2004–09

Table 4.3 Among 2003–04 students whose parents did not attend college, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 2004–09

Table 4.4 Among 2003–04 students with dependents, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 2004–09

Table 4.5 Among 2003–04 students working full time, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 2004–09

Table 4.6 Among 2003–04 Black and Hispanic students, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 2004–09

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