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ERIC Number: ED126959
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Jan-26
Pages: 8
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Race and Sex Analysis of Students.
Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior Coll., Perkinston.
This report provides an in-depth look at student enrollments as compiled for the College Plan of Compliance to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Data from the Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Student Enrollment History, 1973-1975, were utilized in analyzing race and sex of enrolled students during this period. Analysis revealed that while overall enrollment increased by 40.2%, minority enrollment increased by 53%. Greatest minority enrollment growth in numbers and percentages was in full-time freshmen students while the smallest growth occurred in the percentage of minority students enrolled in part-time academic, technical, and vocational programs. Percentages of females increased in almost all discrete categories utilized, from 38.1% to 42.6%. College-wide total full-time female enrollment increased from 42.1% to 43%; full-time freshmen decreased from 45.3% to 43.4%, and part-time increased from 30.8% to 41.9%. Information regarding the percentage of freshmen continuing as sophomores the following year is also included in this report. Included are tables indicating student enrollment history, projections, and goals for 1973-75, and student enrollment by race and sex compared to 1970 Census information for George, Harrison, Jackson and Stone counties. (JDS)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
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Authoring Institution: Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior Coll., Perkinston.
Identifiers - Location: Mississippi