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Datasets: NPSAS:2000 Undergraduate Students

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Profile of Undergraduates in U.S. Postsecondary Education Institutions: 1999-2000

Executive summary figures
Figure A Percentage distributions of 1999–2000 undergraduates, by gender, age, and race/ethnicity gender1
age1
race1
citzensh
homelang
depend1
snglpar1
disabany
disabslf

Figure B Percentage distributions of 1999–2000 undergraduates, by citizenship, home language, parenthood, and disability status

language
Table A Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates attending selected types of institutions, and percentage distribution of undergraduates attending full time and part time, by attendance status attendst
tablea1

Table B Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates, by undergraduate degree program degreest
degreect

Table C Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates with various risk factors, and the average number of risk factors

risk1
risk2
Report figures
Figure 1 Percentage distributions of 1999–2000 undergraduates, by gender, age, and race/ethnicity gender1
age1
race1
citzensh
homelang
depend1
snglpar1
disabany
disabslf

Figure 2 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates who chose more than one race, by the race/ethnicity reported when asked to choose one race multirac

Figure 3 Percentage distribution of Hispanic ethnic groups among 1999–2000 Hispanic undergraduates hispeth

Figure 4 Percentage distribution of Asian ethnic groups among 1999–2000 Asian undergraduates asianeth

Figure 5 Percentage distributions of 1999–2000 undergraduates, by citizenship and language spoken in the home language

Figure 6 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates whose primary home language was not English, by home language 6_1a
6_1b

Figure 7 Among 1999–2000 undergraduates who reported a disability or difficulty, the percentage distribution by the main limiting condition

6_1b
Report tables
Table 1 Percentage of males and females among 1999–2000 undergraduates, their average age, and percentage distributions (by columns) of demographic characteristics, by gender gender1
age1
avgage1
race1
income1
pared

Table 2 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates' race/ethnicity, their average age, and percentage distributions (by columns) of demographic characteristics for each racial/ethnic group gender1
age1
avgage1
race1
income1
pared

Table 3 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates' age and percentage distributions (by columns) of demographic characteristics for each age group gender1
age1
avgage1
race1
income1
pared

Table 4 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates' parenthood status, their average age, and percentage distributions (by columns) of demographic characteristics for parents and nonparents depend1
snglpar1
gender1
race1
age1
avgage1
income1
pared

Table 5 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates who reported a disability or not, their average age, and percentage distributions (by columns) of demographic characteristics, according to disability status disabany
disabslf
gender2
race2
age2
avgage2
income2
pared

Table 6 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates, by type of institution attended instst
instct
instst_t
instct_t

Table 7 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates, by attendance status attendst
attendct

Table 8 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates, by undergraduate degree program degreest
degreect

Table 9 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates among those with a declared major, by field of study majorst
majorct

Table 10 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates with various risk characteristics, and the average number of risk factors

risk1
risk2
Compendium tables
Table 1.1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by level of institution: 1999–2000 1_1
1_1a

Table 1.2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by control of institution: 1999–2000 1_2
1_2a

Table 1.3 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by type of institution: 1999–2000 1_3
1_3a

Table 1.4 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by class level: 1999–2000 1_4
1_4a

Table 1.5-A Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by attendance intensity: 1999–2000 1_5a1
1_5a2

Table 1.5-B  Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by attendance status: 1999–2000 1_5b1
1_5b2

Table 1.6 Percentage of undergraduates attending postsecondary institution in home state, the number of miles between home and postsecondary institution, and percentage of undergraduates who ever attended a community college: 1999–2000 1_6
1_6a
1_6cc
1_6med1
1_6med2

Table 1.7-A The percentage of undergraduates who took any distance education courses in 1999–2000, and among those who did, the percentage reporting various ways in which the courses were delivered 1_7a
1_7b

Table 1.7-B Among undergraduates who participated in distance education courses, the percentage distribution of their reported satisfaction compared to regular classes: 1999–2000 1_7c

Table 2.1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by undergraduate program: 1999–2000 2_1
2_1a

Table 2.2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates with a declared major, by field of study: 1999–2000 2_2
2_2a

Table 2.3 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their undergraduate grade point average: 1999–2000 2_3
2_3a

Table 3.1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by gender: 1999–2000 3_1
3_1a

Table 3.2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by race and Hispanic ethnicity: 1999–2000 3_2a1
3_2b1

Table 3.3 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by age and their average and median age (as of 12/31/99): 1999–2000 3_3
3_3a
3_3_2
3_3a2
3_3med1
3_3med2

Table 3.4 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by dependency status and among independents, their marital and parenthood status: 1999–2000 3_4a1
3_4a2
3_4b1
3_4b2

Table 3.5-A Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by 1998 income and dependency status: 1999–2000 3_5a1
3_5a2

Table 3.5-B Percentage distribution of dependent undergraduates, by 1998 family income: 1999–2000 3_5b1
3_5b2

Table 3.5-C Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates, by 1998 student income: 1999–2000 3_5c1
3_5c2

Table 3.6 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by marital status: 1999–2000 3_6
3_6a

Table 3.7 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by number of dependents, and the percentage of single parents: 1999–2000 3_7a1
3_7a2
3_7b1
3_7b2

Table 3.8 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their high school completion status: 1999–2000 3_8
3_8a

Table 3.9 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their local residence while enrolled: 1999–2000 3_9
3_9a

Table 3.10 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by citizenship and federal financial aid eligibility status: 1999–2000 3_10
3_10a

Table 3.11 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by the highest level of education completed by either parent: 1999–2000 3_11

Table 4.1 Percentage of undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education and among those receiving aid, the average amount of aid received: 1999–2000 4_1
4_1a

Table 4.2-A Percentage of dependent undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education and among those receiving aid, the average amount of aid received: 1999–2000 4_2a1
4_2a2

Table 4.2-B Percentage of independent undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education and among those receiving aid, the average amount of aid received: 1999–2000 4_2b1
4_2b2

Table 4.3 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by number of credit cards in own name and the average and median amount on all credit cards for those who carried a balance: 1999–2000 4_3a
4_3b
4_3c
4_3d

Table 5.1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their work status while enrolled and among those who worked, the average and median hours worked per week: 1999–2000 5_1a
5_1b
5_1med

Table 5.2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates with respect to how they defined their primary role of work and study: 1999–2000 5_2

Table 5.3 Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by community service activities and for those who volunteered, the average and median hours worked per month: 1999–2000 5_3a
5_3b
5_3med

Table 5.4 5.4 Percentage of undergraduates who performed various types of community service activities: 1999–2000 5_3c

Table 5.5 5.5 Among U.S. citizens, percentage of undergraduates who reported having registered to vote in the United States, who voted or planned to vote in the 2000 presidential elections, and who ever had voted: 1999–2000 5_4

Table 6.1 Percentage of undergraduates who reported a disability or difficulty and among those who did, the percentage distribution, by type of disability: 1999–2000 6_1
6_1b

Table 6.2 Percentage of first- and second-year undergraduates who reported ever taking remedial courses and among those taking such courses in 1999–2000, the type of courses: 1999–2000 6_2a
6_2b

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