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ERIC Number: ED441530
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Mar
Pages: 231
Abstractor: N/A
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Articulation Report: Report for the Florida Community College System, Data for Fall 1995, Fall 1996, Fall 1997.
Florida State Board of Community Colleges, Tallahassee.
This articulation report presents descriptive headcount statistics for undergraduates in Florida's State University System (SUS) institutions who, prior to enrolling in the university, were enrolled in a Florida public community college. In fall 1997, there were 66,299 such students, a decrease of 0.7 percent from fall 1995 in which there were 66,781. Females accounted for 57 percent of transfer students. Between 1995 and 1997, White transfer student enrollment at the university decreased by three percent, Black student enrollment increased by one percent, Hispanic student enrollment increased by one percent, and Asian student enrollment increased by one percent. In 1997, 71 percent of students transferred between 60 and 89 semester hours upon entering the SUS. Sixty-nine percent of transfer students in 1997 earned a 2.5 grade point average (GPA) or higher at the university. Tables contained in the report include: (1) students by gender; (2) students by race; (3) students by age; (4) students by date of entry; (5) students by semester hours transferred; (6) students by cumulative semester hours; (7) students by community college; (8) students by community college and university; (9) students by university GPA; (10, 11) GPA of students transferring by semester hours transferred; (12, 13) university GPA averages of transfer students; (14) students classified by major and university; and (15) students by program. An appendix contains a list of college presidents and articulation officers. (RDG)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Florida State Board of Community Colleges, Tallahassee.