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Datasets: The Beginning Postsecondary Students Longitudinal Study (BPS:96/98)

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Persistence and Attainment of Beginning Students With Pell Grants

Executive summary figures
Figure A Percentage of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students with persistence risk factors, by receipt of Pell Grant t10a
t10b
t10c
t10d

Table A Percentage distribution of all 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students according to first institution type, by receipt of Pell Grant and attendance status t2a
t2b

Table B Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at 4-year institutions according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of Pell Grant and SAT I/ACT composite score ta11a
ta11b

Table C Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at 4-year institutions according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of Pell Grant and level of high school curriculum

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tb11b
Report figures
Figure 1 Among full-time beginning students who applied for financial aid, the percentage who received a Pell Grant, by dependency status and income quartile: 1995–96 t5a
t5b

Figure 2 Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at 4-year institutions according to SAT I/ACT composite score quartiles, by receipt of Pell Grant t6a
t6b
t6c

Figure 3 Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at 4-year institutions according to level of high school curriculum, by receipt of Pell Grant t6a
t6b
t6c

Figure 4 Percentage of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students with persistence risk factors, by receipt of Pell Grant

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t10b
t10c
t10d
Report tables
Table 1a Percentage distribution of all 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students according to receipt of Pell Grant, by first institution type and attendance status ta1a
ta1b
ta1c
ta1d

Table 1b Percentage distribution of all 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students enrolled in 4-year institutions according to receipt of Pell Grant, by selectivity of first institution type and attendance status tb1a
tb1b
tb1c
tb1d

Table 2 Percentage distribution of all 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students according to first institution type, by receipt of Pell Grant and attendance status t2a
t2b

Table 3
Among 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who received Pell Grants, average Pell Grant award received in 1995–96, average number of years received, and average three-year cumulative amount, by first institution type
t3a
t3b

Table 4a Among all 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students, percentage receiving major types of financial aid, by receipt of Pell Grant and first institution type ta4a
ta4b
ta4c
ta4d

Table 4b Among all 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who received aid, average amount received from major types of financial aid, by receipt of Pell Grant and first institution type tb4a
tb4b
t4bc
tb4d

Table 5 Percentage of all 1995–96 full-time beginning postsecondary students who applied for financial aid, and among aid applicants the percent receiving a Pell Grant, by 1994 income quartile and dependency status t5a
t5b

Table 6 Percentage distribution (by columns) of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students according to academic preparation, by receipt of Pell Grant t6a
t6b
t6c

Table 7 Percentage distribution (by columns) of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students according to degree objective, by receipt of Pell Grant and first institution type t7a
t7b

Table 8 Percentage distribution (by columns) of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students according to attendance intensity, by receipt of Pell Grant and first institution type t8a
t8b

Table 9 Percentage distribution (by columns) of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students according to employment status, by receipt of Pell Grant and first institution type t9a
t9b

Table 10 Among 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students, average number of risk factors and percentage with each persistence risk factor, by receipt of Pell Grant and first institution type t10a
t10b
t10c
t10d

Table 11a Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at 4-year institutions according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of Pell Grant and SAT I/ACT composite score ta11a
ta11b

Table 11b Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at 4-year institutions according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of Pell Grant and level of high school curriculum tb11a
tb11b

Table 12a Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at public 4-year institutions according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of Pell Grant and SAT I/ACT composite score ta12a
ta12b

Table 12b Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at public 4-year institutions according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of Pell Grant and level of high school curriculum tb12a
tb12b

Table 13a Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of Pell Grant and SAT I/ACT composite score ta13a
ta13b

Table 13b Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of Pell Grant and level of high school curriculum tb13a
tb13b

Table 14 Percentage distribution of 1995–96 low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students enrolled at less-than-4-year institutions according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of Pell Grant and first institution type t14a
t14b

Table 15 Among all 1995–96 full-time beginning postsecondary students who received a Pell Grant, percentage distribution according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of loan aid in 1995–96 and first institution type t15a
t15b

Table 16 Among all 1995–96 dependent beginning postsecondary students who received a Pell Grant, percentage distribution according to their enrollment status in 1998, by receipt of financial support from parents in 1995–96

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Multivariate tables
Table 17 Percentage of 1995–96 full-time, low- and middle-income beginning postsecondary students who remained enrolled continuously at the same or a higher level institution in 1998, and the adjusted percentage after taking into account the covariation of the variables in the table t17a
t17b.cpf

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