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

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Short-Term Enrollment in Postsecondary Education: Student Background and Institutional Differences in Reasons for Early Departure, 1996-98

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Figure A Percentage of 1995-96 beginning postsecondary students who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by first institution type and last year of attendance a13.tpf
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Figure B Percentage of 1995-96 beginning postsecondary students who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by education expectations and first institution type a17.tpf

Figure C Percentage of 1995-96 beginning postsecondary students leaving by spring 1998 who gave various reasons for their departure a6.tpf

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Figure 1 Percentage of 1995-96 beginning postsecondary students who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by first institution type and last year of attendance a13.tpf
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Figure 2 Percentage distribution of 1995?96 beginning postsecondary students according to initial educational goals, by first institution type a19.tpf
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Figure 3 Percentage distribution of 1995-96 beginning students at public 2-year institutions according to primary reason for enrolling in a community college a9.tpf

Figure 4 Percentage of 1995-96 beginning postsecondary students who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by education expectations and first institution type a17.tpf

Figure 5 Percentage of 1995-96 beginning postsecondary students leaving by spring 1998 who gave various reasons for their departure a6.tpf

Figure 6
Percentage distribution of 1995-96 beginning students who left without a credential according to initial educational goals, by first institution type
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Figure 7 Among 1995-96 beginning postsecondary students and those who left without a credential within 3 years, percentage who had nontraditional characteristics, by first institution type a24.tpf
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Table 1 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by first institution type
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Table 2-A Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by student background characteristics
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Table 2-B Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by student background characteristics
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Table 2-C Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 2-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by student background characteristics
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Table 3-A Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by nontraditional student characteristics
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Table 3-B Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by nontraditional student characteristics
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Table 3-C Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 2-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by nontraditional student characteristics
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Table 4 Percentage of employed 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by first institution type and primary role while employed in 1995–96
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Table 5-A Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by academic characteristics
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Table 5-B Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by academic characteristics
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Table 5-C Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 2-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by academic characteristics
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Table 6-A Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by financial aid characteristics
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Table 6-B Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by financial aid characteristics
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Table 6-C Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 2-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by financial aid characteristics
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Table 7-A Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by institution-related characteristics
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Table 7-B Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by institution-related characteristics
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Table 7-C Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 2-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by institution-related characteristics
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Table 8-A Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by change in family and education circumstances by 1998
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Table 8-B Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by change in family and education circumstances by 1998
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Table 8-C Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 2-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, by change in family and education circumstances by 1998
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Table 12 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students leaving by spring 1998 who gave various reasons for their departure, by first institution type and last year of enrollment
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Table 13 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students leaving by spring 1998 who gave various reasons for their departure, by student background characteristics
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Table 14 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students leaving by spring 1998 who gave various reasons for their departure, by nontraditional student characteristics
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Table 15 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students leaving by spring 1998 who gave various reasons for their departure, by primary role while employed in 1995–96
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Table 16 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students leaving by spring 1998 who gave various reasons for their departure, by academic characteristics
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Table 17 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students leaving by spring 1998 who gave various reasons for their departure, by financial aid characteristics
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Table 18 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students leaving by spring 1998 who gave various reasons for their departure, by institution-related characteristics
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Table 19 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students leaving by spring 1998 who gave various reasons for their departure, by change in family and education circumstances by 1998
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Multivariate tables
Table 9 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, and adjusted percentage controlling for the covariation of the variables in the table, by selected characteristics
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Table 10 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, and adjusted percentage controlling for the covariation of the variables in the table, by selected characteristics
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Table 11 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students at public 2-year institutions who left without a credential and did not return by spring 1998, and adjusted percentage controlling for the covariation of the variables in the table, by selected characteristics
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Table 20 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who left by spring 1998 because of academic reasons, and adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of variables in the table, by selected characteristics
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Table 21 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who left by spring 1998 because they were done taking the classes they wanted, and adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of variables in the table, by selected characteristics
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Table 22 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who left by spring 1998 because of a change in family status, and adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of variables in the table, by selected characteristics
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Table 23 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who left by spring 1998 because they needed to work, and adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of variables in the table, by selected characteristics
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