ERIC Number: ED374737
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Application and Enrollment Patterns of Transfer Students Fall 1993.
State Univ. of New York, Albany. Central Staff Office of Institutional Research.
This 24th annual study of application and enrollment patterns of transfer students within the State University of New York (SUNY) during Fall 1993, was conducted in response to the demand for information on the inter-campus mobility of students attending SUNY institutions. The study used an analysis of the higher education backgrounds of transfer students enrolled at SUNY with system-wide data for all undergraduate institutions in SUNY. The report includes an index of SUNY institutions by coordinating areas. Overall 31,603 transfer students enrolled at SUNY in Fall 1993, a 1.8 percent decrease from the previous year with all of the decrease occurring at two-year institutions. The document is almost entirely composed of tables of data in 10 parts as follows: (1) institutional summary tables showing headcounts and percent distribution; (2) coordinating area summary tables showing head count and percent distribution area; (3) location and type of prior institution; (4) transfer students from other SUNY institutions; (5) transfer students from other New York institutions; (6) transfer students from outside the state; (7) trend reports; (8) undergraduate admissions tables; (9) associate degrees granted by SUNY two-year colleges; and (10) appendixes containing a map of SUNY institutions, a chronology of data of establishment of SUNY institutions, and a publications list. (JB)
Descriptors: Associate Degrees, Bachelors Degrees, College Applicants, College Students, Enrollment, Enrollment Trends, Higher Education, Public Colleges, State Universities, Student Mobility, Tables (Data), Transfer Students
Office of Institutional Research, State University of New York, State University Plaza, Albany, NY 12246.
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Albany. Central Staff Office of Institutional Research.