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Postsecondary Institutions and Price of Attendance in the United States: Fall 2009 and Degrees and Other Awards Conferred: 2008–09, and 12–Month Enrollment 2008–09

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Table 1 Number and percentage distribution of Title IV institutions, by control of institution, level of institution, and region: United States and other jurisdictions, academic year 2009–10

Table 2 Number and percentage distribution of Title IV institutions, by control of institution, degree–granting status, and highest level of offering: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 3 Average, median, and number of institutions reporting academic year tuition and required fees for full–time students at Title IV institutions, by control of institution, student level, and level of institution: United States, academic year 2009–10

Table 4 Average and median tuition and required fees, percentage change in average and median tuition and required fees, and number of institutions reporting academic year tuition and required fees, measured in constant 2009–10 dollars, for full–time students at Title IV institutions, by student level, sector, and residency: United States, academic years 2000–01, 2003–04, 2006-–, and 2009–10

Table 5 Average components of academic year price of attendance and percentage change in average components of price of attendance, measured in constant 2009–10 dollars, for full–time, first–time degree/certificate–seeking undergraduates at Title IV institutions, by level and control of institution, residency, and student housing: United States, academic years 2007–08 and 2009–10

Table 6 Average academic year price of attendance and percentage change in average price of attendance, measured in constant 2009–10 dollars, for full–time, first–time degree/certificate–seeking undergraduates at Title IV institutions, by level and control of institution, student housing, and residency: United States, academic years 2007–08 and 2009–10

Table 7 Number and percentage distribution of degrees conferred at Title IV institutions, by control of institution, level of institution, gender, race/ethnicity, and level of degree: United States, academic year 2008–09

Table 8 Awards conferred by Title IV institutions, by race/ethnicity, level of award, and gender: United States, academic year 2008–09

Table 9 The 10 largest programs of study for men and women at 4–year Title IV institutions, by level of degree and program of study: United States, academic year 2008–09

Table 10 12–month unduplicated headcount enrollment at Title IV institutions, by student level, sector, race/ethnicity, and gender: United States, academic year 2008–09

Table 11 12–month full–time-equivalent enrollment at Title IV institutions, by student level and institution sector: United States, academic year 2008–09


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