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ERIC Number: ED116751
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Dec
Pages: 9
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Applications, Acceptances and Registrations, Fall 1975. Student Flow Project, Report No. 2.
Hawaii Univ., Honolulu. Community Coll. System.
This report presents the findings of one of several studies intended to form a basis for the development of the student flow model for the Hawaii community college system. In fall 1975, 9,508 students new to higher education and 4,123 transfer students applied for admission to the seven community colleges; 8,886 (94 percent) of the new students and 3,619 (88 percent) of the transfer student applicants were admitted. Three-fourths of the admitted new students and two-thirds of the admitted transfer students actually enrolled. Of the 4,636 new students applying for admission to the liberal arts programs, 4,425 (95.4 percent) were accepted and 3,293 (74.4 percent of those accepted) actually enrolled. Of the 4,073 new students applying for admission to the vocational education programs, 3,711 (91.1 percent) were accepted and 2,751 (74.1 percent of those accepted) actually enrolled. Of the 1,733 transfer students applying for admission to the liberal arts programs, 1,538 (88.7 percent) were accepted and 1,007 (65.5 percent of those accepted) actually enrolled. Of the 1,607 transfer students applying for admission to the vocational education programs, 1,333 (82.9 percent) were accepted and 929 (69.7 percent of those accepted) actually enrolled. Additional tabular data on applications, acceptances, and registrations are provided by sex and institution. (DC)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Authoring Institution: Hawaii Univ., Honolulu. Community Coll. System.
Identifiers - Location: Hawaii