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Projections of Education Statistics to 2014, Thirty-third Edition, September 2005 - Actual and projected numbers for the percentage distribution of full-time enrollment rates, by level enrolled and type of institutions, for each age and sex classification: Fall 2002, and 2003 through 2014

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Table A8. Actual and projected numbers for the percentage distribution of full-time enrollment rates, by level enrolled and type of institutions, for each age and sex classification: Fall 2002, and 2003 through 2014
Age Men Women
Actual 2002 Projected 2003 through 2014 Actual 2002 Projected 2003 through 2014
Undergraduate, 4-year institutions
16 and 17 years old 53.3 54.1 58.8 53.4
18 and 19 years old65.4 65.3 68.0 67.9
20 and 21 years old 76.6 75.9 77.8 77.9
22 to 24 years old 63.5 62.9 60.1 60.6
25 to 29 years old44.4 44.2 44.9 42.1
30 to 34 years old39.1 34.3 42.1 41.1
35 years and over34.4 37.6 39.8 38.2
Undergraduate, 2-year institutions
16 and 17 years old 44.6 44.0 39.8 43.9
18 and 19 years old33.7 33.6 31.1 31.4
20 and 21 years old 21.3 21.9 20.0 20.1
22 to 24 years old 16.4 17.1 17.8 18.2
25 to 29 years old16.6 19.6 21.2 23.1
30 to 34 years old16.0 19.9 31.2 29.1
35 years and over33.1 26.8 32.6 34.5
Postbaccalaureate, 4-year institutions
16 and 17 years old 2.1 1.9 1.5 2.7
18 and 19 years old0.9 1.1 0.8 0.7
20 and 21 years old 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.0
22 to 24 years old 20.0 20.0 22.1 21.2
25 to 29 years old39.0 36.2 33.9 34.8
30 to 34 years old44.9 45.8 26.7 29.8
35 years and over32.6 35.6 27.6 27.3
NOTE: Projections shown for 2009 and 2014 were adjusted to add to 100 percent before computing projections shown in tables 10 through 21.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Enrollment in Degree-Granting Institutions Model, 1980-2002. (This table was prepared October 2004.)

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