ERIC Number: ED367404
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Application and Enrollment Patterns of Transfer Students, Fall, 1992. Report Number 6-93.
State Univ. of New York, Albany. Office of Institutional Research and Planning.
The results of the 23rd annual study of application and enrollment patterns of transfer students within the State University of New York (SUNY) are presented in this report. Data on transfer students moving from two-year colleges to other two-year colleges, from senior institutions to two-year colleges, and from two-year colleges to senior institutions are provided. Following a brief introduction, detailed data tables are presented in the following sections: (1) institutional summary tables, which provide data on headcount enrollments and educational background of transfer students, both systemwide and by individual institution; (2) coordinating area summary tables; (3) distribution of transfer students by location and type of prior institution; (4) students who have transferred from other SUNY institutions; (5) students who have transferred from other New York institutions; (6) transfer students from outside New York State; (7) transfer trends pertaining to enrollment, associate degree, and institution types; (8) undergraduate admissions tables; and (9) associate degrees granted by SUNY two-year colleges. Report highlights indicate that a total of 32,730 transfer students enrolled in SUNY in fall 1992, an overall increase of 1.7% from the previous fall. The data also revealed a continuing shift away from senior institutions to two-year colleges, which enrolled 45% of SUNY transfer students in 1992. Appendixes provide a map of state university institutions, a chronology of dates of establishment of SUNY institutions, and a list of SUNY publications. (MAB)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Albany. Office of Institutional Research and Planning.
Identifiers: State University of New York
Note: For the 1991 report, see ED 349 071.