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ERIC Number: ED010737
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 56
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THEY CAME TO DIABLO VALLEY COLLEGE, DAY AND EVENING, FALL SEMESTER, 1965. 11TH ANNUAL REPORT.
CARHART, JOHN
THE 11TH ANNUAL REPORT OF CHARACTERISTICS OF STUDENTS AT DIABLO VALLEY COLLEGE INCLUDES SEPARATE INFORMATION CONCERNING DAY AND EVENING STUDENTS ON EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND, FAMILY, EMPLOYMENT, RESIDENCE, ASPIRATIONS, AND TEST SCORES AT ENTRANCE. DETAILED TABULAR PRESENTATIONS ARE MADE IN 30 CATEGORIES. THE TYPICAL EVENING STUDENT IS SUMMARIZED AS MALE, FROM 21 TO 40 YEARS OF AGE, WORKING 40 OR MORE HOURS WEEKLY AS A CRAFTSMAN, BUSINESSMAN, OR PROFESSIONAL, A NONVETERAN, ENROLLED IN THREE TO SIX UNITS, WITH FEWER THAN 30 UNITS COMPLETED. TRENDS NOTED AMONG DAY STUDENTS INCLUDE INCREASES IN RECENCY OF HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION, GENERAL AND VOCATIONAL STUDENTS, STUDENTS WITH MINIMAL CLASS LOADS, STUDENTS PLANNING TO GRADUATE, WORKING STUDENTS, FOREIGN STUDENTS, AND YOUNGER STUDENTS. RELATIVELY STABLE STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS INCLUDE SCHOOL AND COLLEGE ABILITY TEST SCORES, WHICH ARE CONSIDERABLY ABOVE CALIFORNIA JUNIOR COLLEGE NORMS, CLASSIFICATION BY GRADE LEVEL. DECREASES WERE NOTED IN VETERANS AND MARRIED STUDENTS. (WO)
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Identifiers: California (Concord)