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ERIC Number: ED344650
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Pages: 22
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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A Comparison of Fall 1991 Students with Those from Previous Semesters. Research Monograph II [and] A Comparison of Spring 1992 Students with Those from Previous Semesters. Research Monograph IV.
Oklahoma City Community Coll., OK. Office of Institutional Research.
These two research monographs profile fall 1991 and spring 1992 Oklahoma City Community College (OKCCC) students, respectively, comparing currently enrolled students to those from previous semesters. Each report provides a short narrative summary of findings and four data tables, presenting longitudinal enrollment figures beginning in spring 1986 (for the 1991 report), and in spring 1988 (for the 1992 report). Table I aggregates data by gender, full-/part-time status, new/returning/graduate status, marital status, average age, ethnicity, and reason for attending OKCCC. Table II provides a map of Oklahoma which locates the origin of students enrolled in credit classes by region, table III shows distribution of student enrollment in day/night classes, and table IV covers distribution of students by age. Highlighted findings include the following: (1) fall 1991 total enrollment was 10,126 students, an increase of 21.1% in headcount and 24.3% in credit hours over the previous fall; (2) fall 1991 data showed increases in the percent of full-time students, single students, and females, and decreases in the percent of night students and White students; (3) 39.9% of students enrolled in credit classes in fall 1991 were from the southwest quadrant of Oklahoma City; (4) spring 1992 total enrollment was 10,222, an increase of 1.7% in headcount and 2.1% in credit hours over the previous spring; (5) spring 1992 showed slight increases in the percent of single students, males, and Blacks and Native Americans, and a significant increase in students pursuing a transfer degree (from 23.5% and 34.5%); and (6) three-fourths of the students were from the western half of Oklahoma City, with just over 40% from the southwest quadrant. (JMC)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Numerical/Quantitative Data
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Oklahoma City Community Coll., OK. Office of Institutional Research.
Identifiers: Oklahoma City Community College