ERIC Number: ED481536
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002-Oct
Reference Count: N/A
Transfer Destinations of CCSF Students, Summer 1997-Spring 2001. City College Research Briefs.
City Coll. of San Francisco, CA. Office of Institutional Research, Planning and Grants.
This document addresses transfer destinations of CCSF students by tracking students that transferred from community colleges between the Summer 1997 and Spring 2001 terms. Overall, 72,053 students were tracked during the study. A majority (87%) of these students transferred to public schools while a minority (13%) transferred to private schools. Some of the key findings of the report are as follows: (1) 90% of transfer students remained in California; (2) the most popular public transfer institution is San Francisco State University; (3) of the students transferring to California schools, 13% transferred to a private college; (4) the most popular private California colleges are University of San Francisco, Golden Gate University, and Heald College; (5) a slightly higher proportion of African-American and White students transfer to out of state institutions than other ethnic groups; (6) a slightly higher proportion of Filipino students chose to enroll in private institutions than other ethnic groups; (7) Latino students transferred primarily to Californian schools; top out of state schools are Community College of Southern Nevada and University of Texas at El Paso; and (8) Asian/Pacific Islander students transfer to California public institutions in higher proportions than other student groups. (Contains 11 tables.) (MZ)
Descriptors: College Admission, College Outcomes Assessment, College Transfer Students, Community Colleges, Higher Education, Transfer Policy, Transfer Programs, Transfer Rates (College), Two Year Colleges
For full text: http://www.ccsf.edu/Offices/Research_Planning/pdf/transd01.pdf.
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: City Coll. of San Francisco, CA. Office of Institutional Research, Planning and Grants.