ERIC Number: ED246738
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1984-Apr
Reference Count: N/A
Age Group and Sex of Students, Fall 1982, State University of New York.
State Univ. of New York, Albany. Office of Institutional Research and Analytical Studies.
The 1982 annual report of the State University of New York on the age group and sex of students is presented. The major statistical tables array four student characteristics: age group, sex, level (undergraduate/graduate), and load (part-time/full-time). Part one contains summary data for the entire system and each institution within the system. For each of the headcount tables, there is a corresponding table providing percent distribution arrays of the headcount data. Part two contains headcount and percentage arrays of students by age group for each institution and institution type. Tables are available for undergraduates, graduates, and first-time students by load. Part three contains summarized historical trend data on all students from fall 1976 through fall 1982. In addition, trend data are grouped into sections by level (undergraduate/graduate/first-time), and each level has both headcount and percentage distributions for total, full-time, and part-time students. Additionally, age and sex trend data are displayed by level and load indexed to fall 1976. Two age groups are used to profile this trend data: those under age 24 and those age 25 and over. Finally, tables show change and percent of change in the age and sex trends by level and load from fall 1977. (SW)
Descriptors: Age Groups, Annual Reports, College Students, Community Colleges, Enrollment Trends, Females, Full Time Students, Graduate Students, Higher Education, Males, Part Time Students, Sex, State Universities, Student Characteristics, Technical Institutes, Trend Analysis, Two Year Colleges, Undergraduate Students
State University of New York, Office of Institutional Research, Albany, NY.
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Albany. Office of Institutional Research and Analytical Studies.