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  • 2012254: Trends in Attainment Among Student Populations at Increased Risk of Noncompletion: Selected Years, 198990 to 200809
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      • Table A Percentage of all first-time beginners entering postsecondary education, by selected student populations: Academic years 198990, 199596, and 200304
      • Table SA Standard errors for table A: Percentage of all first-time beginners entering postsecondary education, by selected student populations: Academic years 198990, 199596, and 200304
      • Table 1 Percentage distribution of first-time beginning students, by selected student populations and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: Academic years 198990, 199596, and 200304
      • Table S1 Standard errors for table 1: Percentage distribution of first-time beginning students, by selected student populations and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: Academic years 198990, 199596, and 200304
      • Table 2.1 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for all first-time beginners, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S2.1 Standard errors for table 2.1: Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for all first-time beginners, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 2.2 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for low-income dependent students, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S2.2 Standard errors for table 2.2: Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for low-income dependent students, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 2.3 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students whose parents did not attend college, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S2.3 Standard errors for table 2.3: Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students whose parents did not attend college, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 2.4 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students with dependents, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S2.4 Standard errors for table 2.4: Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students with dependents, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 2.5. Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students working full time, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S2.5 Standard errors for table 2.5: Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students working full time, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 2.6 Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for Black and Hispanic students, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S2.6 Standard errors for table 2.6: Percentage distribution of 5-year cumulative persistence and attainment for Black and Hispanic students, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 3.1 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for all first-time beginners, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S3.1 Standard errors for table 3.1: Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for all first-time beginners, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 3.2 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for low-income dependent students, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S3.2 Standard errors for table 3.2: Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for low-income dependent students, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 3.3 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students whose parents did not attend college, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S3.3 Standard errors for table 3.3: Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students whose parents did not attend college, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 3.4 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students with dependents, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S3.4 Standard errors for table 3.4: Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students with dependents, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 3.5 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students working full time, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S3.5 Standard errors for table 3.5: Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for students working full time, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 3.6 Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for Black and Hispanic students, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S3.6 Standard errors for table 3.6: Percentage distribution of 6-year cumulative persistence and attainment for Black and Hispanic students, by attendance intensity and institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 4.1 Among 200304 first-time beginners, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table S4.1 Standard errors for table 4.1: Among 200304 first-time beginners, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table 4.2 Among 200304 low-income dependent students, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table S4.2 Standard errors for table 4.2: Among 200304 low-income dependent students, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table 4.3 Among 200304 students whose parents did not attend college, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table S4.3 Standard errors for table 4.3: Among 200304 students whose parents did not attend college, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table 4.4 Among 200304 students with dependents, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table S4.4 Standard errors for table 4.4: Among 200304 students with dependents, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table 4.5 Among 200304 students working full time, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table S4.5 Standard errors for table 4.5: Among 200304 students working full time, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table 4.6 Among 200304 Black and Hispanic students, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
      • Table S4.6 Standard errors for table 4.6: Among 200304 Black and Hispanic students, percentage distribution of annual attainment status, by institution sector first attended when entering postsecondary education: 200409
  • 2012253: Community College Student Outcomes: 19942009
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    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1-A DEGREE GOAL: Percentage distribution of first-time beginning community college students' educational goals when first enrolled, by selected student characteristics: 198990, 199596, and 200304
      • Table S1-A Standard errors for table 1-A: DEGREE GOAL: Percentage distribution of first-time beginning community college students' educational goals when first enrolled, by selected student characteristics: 198990, 199596, and 200304
      • Table 1-B DEGREE GOAL: Percentage distribution of first-time beginning community college students' educational goals when first enrolled, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, and employment status when enrolled: 198990, 199596, and 200304
      • Table S1-B Standard errors for table 1-B: DEGREE GOAL: Percentage distribution of first-time beginning community college students' educational goals when first enrolled, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, and employment status when enrolled: 198990, 199596, and 200304
      • Table 2-A FIVE-YEAR DEGREE ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students whose highest attainment was a bachelor's degree, associate's degree, or certificate within 5 years, by selected student characteristics: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S2-A Standard errors for table 2-A: FIVE-YEAR DEGREE ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students whose highest attainment was a bachelor's degree, associate's degree, or certificate within 5 years, by selected student characteristics: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 2-B FIVE-YEAR DEGREE ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students whose highest attainment was a bachelor's degree, associate's degree, or certificate within 5 years, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, employment status when enrolled, and 4-year transfer status: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S2-B Standard errors for table 2-B: FIVE-YEAR DEGREE ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students whose highest attainment was a bachelor's degree, associate's degree, or certificate within 5 years, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, employment status when enrolled, and 4-year transfer status: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 3-A FIVE-YEAR ATTAINMENT OR TRANSFER TO 4-YEAR INSTITUTION: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or transferred to a 4-year institution within 5 years, by selected student characteristics: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S3-A Standard errors for table 3-A: FIVE-YEAR ATTAINMENT OR TRANSFER TO 4-YEAR INSTITUTION: Percentage of 198990, 199596, and 200304 first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or transferred to a 4-year institution within 5 years, by selected student characteristics: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 3-B FIVE-YEAR ATTAINMENT OR TRANSFER TO 4-YEAR INSTITUTION: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or transferred to a 4-year institution within 5 years, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, and employment status when enrolled: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S3-B Standard errors for table 3-B: FIVE-YEAR ATTAINMENT OR TRANSFER TO 4-YEAR INSTITUTION: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or transferred to a 4-year institution within 5 years, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, and employment status when enrolled: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 4-A FIVE-YEAR PERSISTENCE AND ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or were still enrolled after 5 years, by selected student characteristics: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S4-A Standard errors for table 4-A: FIVE-YEAR PERSISTENCE AND ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or were still enrolled after 5 years, by selected student characteristics: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 4-B FIVE-YEAR PERSISTENCE AND ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or were still enrolled after 5 years, by selected enrollment characteristics, employment status when enrolled, remedial coursetaking, and 4-year transfer status: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table S4-B Standard errors for table 4-B: FIVE-YEAR PERSISTENCE AND ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or were still enrolled after 5 years, by selected enrollment characteristics, employment status when enrolled, remedial coursetaking, and 4-year transfer status: 199094, 19962000, and 200408
      • Table 5-A SIX-YEAR DEGREE ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a bachelor's degree, associate's degree, or certificate as their highest attainment within 6 years, by selected student characteristics: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S5-A Standard errors for table 5-A: SIX-YEAR DEGREE ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a bachelor's degree, associate's degree, or certificate as their highest attainment within 6 years, by selected student characteristics: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 5-B SIX-YEAR DEGREE ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who completed a bachelor's degree, associate's degree, or certificate as their highest attainment within 6 years, by selected enrollment characteristics, employment status when enrolled, remedial coursetaking, and 4-year transfer status: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S5-B Standard errors for table 5-B: SIX-YEAR DEGREE ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who completed a bachelor's degree, associate's degree, or certificate as their highest attainment within 6 years, by selected enrollment characteristics, employment status when enrolled, remedial coursetaking, and 4-year transfer status: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 6-A SIX-YEAR ATTAINMENT OR TRANSFER: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate, or if no attainment, transferred to a 4-year institution within 6 years, by selected student characteristics: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S6-A Standard errors for table 6-A: SIX-YEAR ATTAINMENT OR TRANSFER: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate, or if no attainment, transferred to a 4-year institution within 6 years, by selected student characteristics: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 6-B SIX-YEAR ATTAINMENT OR TRANSFER: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate, or if no attainment, transferred to a 4-year institution within 6 years, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, and employment status when enrolled: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S6-B Standard errors for table 6-B: SIX-YEAR ATTAINMENT OR TRANSFER: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate, or if no attainment, transferred to a 4-year institution within 6 years, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, and employment status when enrolled: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 7-A STILL ENROLLED AFTER 6 YEARS: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who did not attain a degree or certificate within 6 years but were still enrolled, by selected student characteristics: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S7-A Standard errors for table 7-A: STILL ENROLLED AFTER 6 YEARS: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who did not attain a degree or certificate within 6 years but were still enrolled, by selected student characteristics: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 7-B STILL ENROLLED AFTER 6 YEARS: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who did not attain a degree or certificate within 6 years but were still enrolled, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, and employment status when enrolled: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S7-B Standard errors for table 7-B: STILL ENROLLED AFTER 6 YEARS: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who did not attain a degree or certificate within 6 years but were still enrolled, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, and employment status when enrolled: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 8-A SIX-YEAR PERSISTENCE AND ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or were still enrolled after 6 years; and the percentage who left without attainment, by their last year of enrollment, by selected student characteristics: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S8-A Standard errors for table 8-A: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or were still enrolled after 6 years; and the percentage who left without attainment, by their last year of enrollment, by selected student characteristics: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table 8-B SIX-YEAR PERSISTENCE AND ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or were still enrolled after 6 years; and the percentage who left without attainment, by their last year of enrollment, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, employment status when enrolled, and 4-year transfer status: 19962001 and 200409
      • Table S8-B Standard errors for table 8-B: SIX-YEAR PERSISTENCE AND ATTAINMENT: Percentage of first-time beginning community college students who attained a degree or certificate or were still enrolled after 6 years; and the percentage who left without attainment, by their last year of enrollment, by selected enrollment characteristics, remedial coursetaking, employment status when enrolled, and 4-year transfer status: 19962001 and 200409
  • 2011275: Persistence and Attainment Among Pell Grant Recipients: Results From the Beginning Postsecondary Students Longitudinal Study of 2004/09
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    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1 Percentage distribution of cumulative persistence and attainment at any institution of first-time beginning students in 200304, by initial degree program, receipt of Pell Grants, and dependency status: Spring 2009
      • Table S1 Standard errors for table 1: Percentage distribution of cumulative persistence and attainment at any institution of first-time beginning students in 200304, by initial degree program, receipt of Pell Grants, and dependency status: Spring 2009
      • Table 2 Percentage distribution of cumulative persistence and attainment at any institution of low income quartile, first-time beginning students in 200304, by initial degree program, receipt of Pell Grants, and dependency status: Spring 2009
      • Table S2 Standard errors for table 2: Percentage distribution of cumulative persistence and attainment at any institution of low income quartile, first-time beginning students in 200304, by initial degree program, receipt of Pell Grants, and dependency status: Spring 2009
      • Table 3 Percentage distribution of cumulative persistence and attainment at any institution of middle-low income quartile, first-time beginning students in 200304, by initial degree program, receipt of Pell Grants, and dependency status: Spring 2009
      • Table S3 Standard errors for table 3: Percentage distribution of cumulative persistence and attainment at any institution of middle-low income quartile, first-time beginning students in 200304, by initial degree program, receipt of Pell Grants, and dependency status: Spring 2009
      • Table 4 Percentage distribution of cumulative persistence and attainment at any institution of middle-high income quartile, first-time beginning students in 200304, by initial degree program, receipt of Pell Grants, and dependency status: Spring 2009
      • Table S4 Standard errors for table 4: Percentage distribution of cumulative persistence and attainment at any institution of middle-high income quartile, first-time beginning students in 200304, by initial degree program, receipt of Pell Grants, and dependency status: Spring 2009
      • Table 5 Percentage distribution of cumulative persistence and attainment at any institution of high income quartile, first-time beginning students in 200304, by initial degree program, receipt of Pell Grants, and dependency status: Spring 2009
      • Table S5 Standard errors for table 5: Percentage distribution of cumulative persistence and attainment Table at any institution of high income quartile, first-time beginning students in 200304, by initial degree program, receipt of Pell Grants, and dependency status: Spring 2009
    • Glossary
  • 2009186: Choosing a Postsecondary Institution: Considerations Reported by Students
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    • Introduction
    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1Percentage distribution of 200304 beginning postsecondary students who were recent high school graduates (graduated in 2003 or 2004) and not recent high school graduates (graduated prior to 2003), by type of institution: 200406
      • Table 2Percentage distribution of 200304 beginning postsecondary students who were recent high school graduates, by type of institution and student characteristics: 200406
      • Table 3Percentage of 200304 beginning postsecondary students who were recent high school graduates, by type of institution and enrollment choice factors: 200406
      • Table 4Percentage distribution of 200304 beginning postsecondary students who were not recent high school graduates, by type of institution and student characteristics: 200406
      • Table 5Percentage of 200304 beginning postsecondary students who were not recent high school graduates, by type of institution and enrollment choice factors: 200406
    • Glossary
    • Technical Notes
  • 2009182: A Profile of Military Servicemembers and Veterans Enrolled in Postsecondary Education in 200708
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    • Introduction
    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by military status and receipt of veterans' educational benefits
      • Table 2Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by military status, receipt of veterans' education benefits, dependency status, and selected demographic characteristics
      • Table 3Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by military status, receipt of veterans' education benefits, dependency status, and selected enrollment characteristics
      • Table 4Percentage of first-time beginning undergraduates, by military status, dependency status, and selected considerations in and reasons for attending their institutions
      • Table 5Percentage receiving financial aid and average amount received among undergraduates attending public 2-year institutions, by military status, dependency status, institution type, and type of aid
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