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Survey of Student Retention Policies in Higher Education Product Image

Survey of Student Retention Policies in Higher Education

  • ID: 594392
  • February 2008
  • Region: United States
  • 103 Pages
  • Primary Research Group

The Survey of Student Retention Policies in Higher Education presents data from a benchmarking study of the retention policies of 40 American colleges. Data is broken out for public and private colleges, by Carnegie class and enrolment level, to allow for easier
benchmarking.

This 100+ page study presents data on: spending on consulting services to aid in student retention, spending on conferences, reports and other information and analysis about retention; percentage of colleges that have a dean or other high level administrator for retention; retention rates for students; ways in which colleges track and present retention data; perceived impact of financial assistance on retention; perceived impact of severity in grading on retention; perceived impact of tutoring services on retention; perceived impact of psychological counselling services on retention; perceived impact of general economic conditions on retention; perceived impact of involvement in extra-curricular activities on retention; perceived impact of the quality of food services and residence halls on retention; use of interviews of transferees or drop outs from the college; use of interviews of graduates of the READ MORE >

Survey Participants

Demographics of the Sample

Summary of Main Findings

Spending on Retention Consulting Services

Spending on Publications, Conferences and Other Retention-Related Information

Percentage of Colleges with a Dean or other High-Level Administrator for Retention

Retention Rates for Full-Time Students

Retention Rates for Part-Time Students

Start to Finish Student Graduation Rates

Criteria By which Colleges Track Retention Rates

The Impact of Financial Aid on Student Retention

The Impact of Severity of Grading on Student Retention

The Impact of Access to Tutoring on Student Retention

The Impact of Academic/Psychological Counseling on Student Retention

The Impact of General Economic Conditions on Student Retention

The Impact of Participation in Extra-Curricular Activities on Student Retention

The Impact of the Quality of Residence Halls and Food Service on Student Retention

The Impact of Student Exit Interviews of Various Kinds on Student Retention

Percentage of Colleges that Maintain Records that Enable them to Pinpoint Students that do not Participate Heavily or at all in Extra-Curricular Activities
Information/Computer Literacy Programs a Factor in Student Retention

Percentage of Colleges that Offer Childcare Services

Ranking in Importance of Financial Aid

Ranking in Importance of Career Services for Retention

Ranking in Importance of Academic Advising Services for Retention

Ranking in Importance of Learning or Tutoring Services for Retention

Ranking in Importance of Peer Mentoring for Retention

Percentage of Colleges that Identify High-Risk Students and Intervene at Defined Thresholds

Self-Assessment of College Efforts to Help At-Risk Students

Spending on Tutoring Services

Rating of the Importance of Tutoring Programs in Retention

Level of Centralization of College Tutoring Programs

Policies Towards Tutoring Requests in the Last Three Weeks of a Semester

Pay Rates for Student Tutors

Percentage of Colleges with Student Advisory Services Located in Residence Halls

Percentage of Colleges that have Hired a Consultant to Review or Revise the Academic Advising Unit

Mean Annual Budget for the Academic Advising Unit

Number of Full-Time Equivalent Positions in the Academic Advising Unit

Self-Assessment of Growth in Financial Aid in the Past Two Years

Evaluation of Capacity of Students to Pay for College

Level of Financial Aid or Tuition Reductions Needed to Maintain or Expand Enrollment

Policies Concerning the Encouragement of Student-Instructor Interaction Outside of the Classroom

Percentage of the Student Body Born Abroad

Special Help in Reading, Writing or Pronouncing English

Recent Trends in Retention Levels

Percentage of Dropouts Attributed to Economic Reasons

Expectations of College Administrators for Changes in Retention Rates

Percentage of Colleges that Have Developed Learning Communities

Chapter One: Spending On Student Retention

Chapter Two: Perception Of Critical Factors In Retention

Chapter Three: Student Exit Interviews

Chapter Four: Maximizing Student Participation In College Life

Chapter Five: The Basic Essential Courses

Chapter Six: Student Services

Chapter Seven: Identifying The High Risk Student

Chapter Eight: Tutoring

Chapter Nine: Student Advising And Counseling

Chapter Ten: Financial Aid & Student Employment

Chapter Eleven: Training A Retention-Minded Staff

Chapter Twelve: Strategies For Special Populations

Chapter Thirteen: Retention Rate Trends 1
Chapter Fourteen: Learning Communities 1

List of Tables
Table 1.1: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Spending On Consulting Services To Aid In Student Retention In The Past Year, In US$

Table 1.2: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Spending On Consulting Services To Aid In Student Retention In The Past Year, In US$, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.3: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Spending On Consulting Services To Aid In Student Retention In The Past Year, In US$, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.4: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Spending On Consulting Services To Aid In Student Retention In The Past Year, In US$, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.5: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Projected Spending On Consulting Services To Aid In Student Retention In The Next Year

Table 1.6: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Projected Spending On Consulting Services To Aid In Student Retention In The Next Year, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.7: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Projected Spending On Consulting Services To Aid In Student Retention In The Next Year, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.8: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Projected Spending On Consulting Services To Aid In Student Retention In The Next Year, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.9: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate College Spending On Conferences, Webcasts, Research Reports And Other Specialized Publications About Student Retention In The Past Year

Table 1.10: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate College Spending On Conferences, Webcasts, Research Reports And Other Specialized Publications About Student Retention In The Past Year, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.11: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate College Spending On Conferences, Webcasts, Research Reports And Other Specialized Publications About Student Retention In The Past Year, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.12: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate College Spending On Conferences, Webcasts, Research Reports And Other Specialized Publications About Student Retention In The Past Year, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.13: Percentage Of Colleges That Have A Dean Or Other High Level Administrator Whose Primary Responsibility Is To Maintain Or Increase Student Retention

Table 1.14: Percentage Of Colleges That Have A Dean Or Other High Level Administrator Whose Primary Responsibility Is To Maintain Or Increase Student Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.15: Percentage Of Colleges That Have A Dean Or Other High Level Administrator Whose Primary Responsibility Is To Maintain Or Increase Student Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.16: Percentage Of Colleges That Have A Dean Or Other High Level Administrator Whose Primary Responsibility Is To Maintain Or Increase Student Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.17: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Fall To Fall Retention Rate For First Year Students In The Fall 2006 To Fall 2007 School Year

Table 1.18: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Fall To Fall Retention Rate For First Year Students In The Fall 2006 To Fall 2007 School Year, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.19: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Fall To Fall Retention Rate For First Year Students In The Fall 2006 To Fall 2007 School Year, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.20: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Fall To Fall Retention Rate For First Year Students In The Fall 2006 To Fall 2007 School Year, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.21: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Fall To Fall Retention Rate For Part Time Students From Fall 2006 To Fall 2007

Table 1.22: Mean, Median, Minimum And College Fall To Fall Retention Rate For Part Time Students From Fall 2006 To Fall 2007, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.23: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Fall To Fall Retention Rate For Part Time Students From Fall 2006 To Fall 2007, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.24: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Fall To Fall Retention Rate For Part Time Students From Fall 2006 To Fall 2007, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.25: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Percentage Of Students Who Start At The College As Fall Term Freshmen That Go On To Graduate

Table 1.26: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Percentage Of Students Who Start At The College As Fall Term Freshmen That Go On To Graduate, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.27: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Percentage Of Students Who Start At The College As Fall Term Freshmen That Go On To Graduate, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.28: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Percentage Of Students Who Start At The College As Fall Term Freshmen That Go On To Graduate, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.29: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Declared Academic Major

Table 1.30: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Declared Academic Major, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.31: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Declared Academic Major, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.32: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Declared Academic Major, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.33: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Grade Point Average Or SAT Level

Table 1.34: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Grade Point Average Or SAT Level, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.35: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Grade Point Average Or SAT Level, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.36: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Grade Point Average Or SAT Level, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.37: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Gender

Table 1.38: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Gender, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.39: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Gender, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.40: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Gender, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.41: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Race

Table 1.42: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Race, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.43: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Race, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.44: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates By Race, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 1.45: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates For Transferees Into College

Table 1.46: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates For Transferees Into College, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 1.47: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates For Transferees Into College, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 1.48: Percentage Of Colleges That Track Retention Rates For Transferees Into College, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 2.1: Impact Of The Terms Of Student Financial Assistance On Student Retention

Table 2.2: Impact Of The Terms Of Student Financial Assistance On Student Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 2.3: Impact Of The Terms Of Student Financial Assistance On Student Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 2.4: Impact Of The Terms Of Student Financial Assistance On Student Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 2.5: Impact Of The Severity In Grading On Student Retention

Table 2.6: Impact Of The Severity In Grading On Student Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 2.7: Impact Of The Severity In Grading On Student Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 2.8: Impact Of The Severity In Grading On Student Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 2.9: Impact Of Access To Tutoring Services On Student Retention

Table 2.10: Impact Of Access To Tutoring Services On Student Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 2.11: Impact Of Access To Tutoring Services On Student Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 2.12: Impact Of Access To Tutoring Services On Student Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 2.13: Impact Of Access To Academic And/Or Psychological Counseling Services On Student Retention

Table 2.14: Impact Of Access To Academic And/Or Psychological Counseling Services On Student Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 2.15: Impact Of Access To Academic And/Or Psychological Counseling Services On Student Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 2.16: Impact Of Access To Academic And/Or Psychological Counseling Services On Student Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 2.17: Impact Of General Economic Conditions On Student Retention

Table 2.18: Impact Of General Economic Conditions On Student Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 2.19: Impact Of General Economic Conditions On Student Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 2.20: Impact Of General Economic Conditions On Student Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 2.21: Impact Of Involvement In Extra Curricular Activities On Student Retention

Table 2.22: Impact Of Involvement In Extra Curricular Activities On Student Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 2.23: Impact Of Involvement In Extra Curricular Activities On Student Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 2.24: Impact Of Involvement In Extra Curricular Activities On Student Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 2.25: Impact Of Quality Of Residence Halls And Food Service On Student Retention

Table 2.26: Impact Of Quality Of Residence Halls And Food Service On Student Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 2.27: Impact Of Quality Of Residence Halls And Food Service On Student Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 2.28: Impact Of Quality Of Residence Halls And Food Service On Student Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 3.1: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students Who Decide To Transfer Out Of Or Drop Out Of The College Prior To Graduation That Are Interviewed By College Management To Find Out Their Feelings About Their Experience At The College

Table 3.2: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students Who Decide To Transfer Out Of Or Drop Out Of The College Prior To Graduation That Are Interviewed By College Management To Find Out Their Feelings About Their Experience At The College, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 3.3: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students Who Decide To Transfer Out Of Or Drop Out Of The College Prior To Graduation That Are Interviewed By College Management To Find Out Their Feelings About Their Experience At The College, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 3.4: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students Who Decide To Transfer Out Of Or Drop Out Of The College Prior To Graduation That Are Interviewed By College Management To Find Out Their Feelings About Their Experience At The College, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 3.5: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students Who Graduate The College That Are Interviewed By College Management To Find Out Their Feelings About Their Experience At The College

Table 3.6: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students Who Graduate The College That Are Interviewed By College Management To Find Out Their Feelings About Their Experience At The College, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 3.7: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students Who Graduate The College That Are Interviewed By College Management To Find Out Their Feelings About Their Experience At The College, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 3.8: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students Who Graduate The College That Are Interviewed By College Management To Find Out Their Feelings About Their Experience At The College, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 3.9: Importance Of Exit Interviews For Departing Students Who Did Not Graduate In Developing And Implementing A Retention Strategy

Table 3.10: Importance Of Exit Interviews For Departing Students Who Did Not Graduate In Developing And Implementing A Retention Strategy, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 3.11: Importance Of Exit Interviews For Departing Students Who Did Not Graduate In Developing And Implementing A Retention Strategy, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 3.12: Importance Of Exit Interviews For Departing Students Who Did Not Graduate In Developing And Implementing A Retention Strategy, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 3.13: Importance Of Exit Interviews For Graduating Students In Developing And Implementing A Retention Strategy

Table 3.14: Importance Of Exit Interviews For Graduating Students In Developing And Implementing A Retention Strategy, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 3.15: Importance Of Exit Interviews For Graduating Students In Developing And Implementing A Retention Strategy, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 3.16: Importance Of Exit Interviews For Graduating Students In Developing And Implementing A Retention Strategy, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 4.1: Percentage Of Colleges That Maintain Any Records That Enable Them To Pinpoint Students Who Are Not Engaged In Any Or Very Few Extra-Curricular Activities

Table 4.2: Percentage Of Colleges That Maintain Any Records That Enable Them To Pinpoint Students Who Are Not Engaged In Any Or Very Few Extra-Curricular Activities, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 4.3: Percentage Of Colleges That Maintain Any Records That Enable Them To Pinpoint Students Who Are Not Engaged In Any Or Very Few Extra-Curricular Activities, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 4.4: Percentage Of Colleges That Maintain Any Records That Enable Them To Pinpoint Students Who Are Not Engaged In Any Or Very Few Extra-Curricular Activities, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 5.1: Description Of College's Information Literacy Policy

Table 5.2: Description Of College's Information Literacy Policy, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 5.3: Description Of College's Information Literacy Policy, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 5.4: Description Of College's Information Literacy Policy, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 6.1: Percentage Of Colleges That Offer Childcare Services For Students With Children

Table 6.2: Percentage Of Colleges That Offer Childcare Services For Students With Children, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 6.3: Percentage Of Colleges That Offer Childcare Services For Students With Children, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 6.4: Percentage Of Colleges That Offer Childcare Services For Students With Children, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 6.5: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Number Of Students That Found Part Time Employment Through The College Career Services Office In The Past School Year

Table 6.6: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Number Of Students That Found Part Time Employment Through The College Career Services Office In The Past School Year, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 6.7: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Number Of Students That Found Part Time Employment Through The College Career Services Office In The Past School Year, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 6.8: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Number Of Students That Found Part Time Employment Through The College Career Services Office In The Past School Year, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 6.9: Importance Of An Office Of Financial Aid For Success In Retention

Table 6.10: Importance Of An Office Of Financial Aid For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 6.11: Importance Of An Office Of Financial Aid For Success In Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 6.12: Importance Of An Office Of Financial Aid For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 6.13: Importance Of Career Services For Success In Retention

Table 6.14: Importance Of Career Services For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 6.15: Importance Of Career Services For Success In Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 6.16: Importance Of Career Services For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 6.17: Importance Of Academic Advising For Success In Retention

Table 6.18: Importance Of Academic Advising For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 6.19: Importance Of Academic Advising For Success In Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 6.20: Importance Of Academic Advising For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 6.21: Importance Of Learning Services/Tutoring Services For Success In Retention

Table 6.22: Importance Of Learning Services/Tutoring Services For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 6.23: Importance Of Learning Services/Tutoring Services For Success In Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 6.24: Importance Of Learning Services/Tutoring Services For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 6.25: Importance Of Peer Mentoring For Success In Retention

Table 6.26: Importance Of Peer Mentoring For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 6.27: Importance Of Peer Mentoring For Success In Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 6.28: Importance Of Peer Mentoring For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 6.29: Importance Of Childcare For Success In Retention

Table 6.30: Importance Of Childcare For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 6.31: Importance Of Childcare For Success In Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 6.32: Importance Of Childcare For Success In Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 7.1: Percentage Of Colleges That Say They Identify High Risk Students, And Then Intervene At Certain Thresholds Such As Number Of Classes Or Assignments Missed, Or Low Grade Point Averages

Table 7.2: Percentage Of Colleges That Say They Identify High Risk Students, And Then Intervene At Certain Thresholds Such As Number Of Classes Or Assignments Missed, Or Low Grade Point Averages, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 7.3: Percentage Of Colleges That Say They Identify High Risk Students, And Then Intervene At Certain Thresholds Such As Number Of Classes Or Assignments Missed, Or Low Grade Point Averages, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 7.4: Percentage Of Colleges That Say They Identify High Risk Students, And Then Intervene At Certain Thresholds Such As Number Of Classes Or Assignments Missed, Or Low Grade Point Averages, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 7.5: Description Of College's Efforts To Reach Out To And Help Students At High Risk For Dropping Out

Table 7.6: Description Of College's Efforts To Reach Out To And Help Students At High Risk For Dropping Out, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 7.7: Description Of College's Efforts To Reach Out To And Help Students At High Risk For Dropping Out, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 7.8: Description Of College's Efforts To Reach Out To And Help Students At High Risk For Dropping Out, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 8.1: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Spending On Tutoring For All Students In The Past Year

Table 8.2: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Spending On Tutoring For All Students In The Past Year, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 8.3: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Spending On Tutoring For All Students In The Past Year, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 8.4: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum College Spending On Tutoring For All Students In The Past Year, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 8.5: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Projected College Spending On Tutoring For All Students In The Next Year

Table 8.6: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Projected College Spending On Tutoring For All Students In The Next Year, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 8.7: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Projected College Spending On Tutoring For All Students In The Next Year, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 8.8: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Projected College Spending On Tutoring For All Students In The Next Year, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 8.9: Description Of College's Attitude Towards The Impact Of A College Tutoring Program On Student Retention

Table 8.10: Description Of College's Attitude Towards The Impact Of A College Tutoring Program On Student Retention, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 8.11: Description Of College's Attitude Towards The Impact Of A College Tutoring Program On Student Retention, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 8.12: Description Of College's Attitude Towards The Impact Of A College Tutoring Program On Student Retention, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 8.13: Description Of College's Tutoring Efforts

Table 8.14: Description Of College's Tutoring Efforts, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 8.15: Description Of College's Tutoring Efforts, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 8.16: Description Of College's Tutoring Efforts, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 8.17: Description Of Tutors

Table 8.18: Description Of Tutors, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 8.19: Description Of Tutors, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 8.20: Description Of Tutors, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 8.21: Description Of Student Costs For Tutoring Provided By The College

Table 8.22: Description Of Student Costs For Tutoring Provided By The College, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 8.23: Description Of Student Costs For Tutoring Provided By The College, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 8.24: Description Of Student Costs For Tutoring Provided By The College, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 8.25: Description Of The College's Attitude Towards Tutoring Requests That Come Within The Final Three Weeks Of A The Final Regular Class In A Semester

Table 8.26: Description Of The College's Attitude Towards Tutoring Requests That Come Within The Final Three Weeks Of A The Final Regular Class In A Semester, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 8.27: Description Of The College's Attitude Towards Tutoring Requests That Come Within The Final Three Weeks Of A The Final Regular Class In A Semester, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 8.28: Description Of The College's Attitude Towards Tutoring Requests That Come Within The Final Three Weeks Of A The Final Regular Class In A Semester, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 8.29: Description Of The Average Per Hour Salary Of The College's Student Tutors

Table 8.30: Description Of The Average Per Hour Salary Of The College's Student Tutors, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 8.31: Description Of The Average Per Hour Salary Of The College's Student Tutors, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 8.32: Description Of The Average Per Hour Salary Of The College's Student Tutors, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 9.1: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Student Advisory Centers Located In Residence Halls

Table 9.2: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Student Advisory Centers Located In Residence Halls, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 9.3: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Student Advisory Centers Located In Residence Halls, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 9.4: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Student Advisory Centers Located In Residence Halls, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 9.5: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Ever Hired A Consultant To Review Or Advise On The College's Academic Advising Services

Table 9.6: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Ever Hired A Consultant To Review Or Advise On The College's Academic Advising Services, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 9.7: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Ever Hired A Consultant To Review Or Advise On The College's Academic Advising Services, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 9.8: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Ever Hired A Consultant To Review Or Advise On The College's Academic Advising Services, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 9.9: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Ever Hired A Consultant To Review The College's Academic Advising Services

Table 9.10: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Ever Hired A Consultant To Review The College's Academic Advising Services, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 9.11: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Ever Hired A Consultant To Review The College's Academic Advising Services, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 9.12: Percentage Of Colleges That Have Ever Hired A Consultant To Review The College's Academic Advising Services, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 9.13: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Total Annual Budget, Including Spending For Salaries, Of The College's Academic Advising Unit

Table 9.14: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Total Annual Budget, Including Spending For Salaries, Of The College's Academic Advising Unit, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 9.15: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Total Annual Budget, Including Spending For Salaries, Of The College's Academic Advising Unit, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 9.16: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Total Annual Budget, Including Spending For Salaries, Of The College's Academic Advising Unit, Broken Out By Type Of College Department of academic advising or its equivalent was 14.57; the median was nine in the range was zero 216

Table 9.17: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Number Of Full Time Equivalent Positions Allocated To The Department Of Academic Advising Or Its Equivalent

Table 9.18: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Number Of Full Time Equivalent Positions Allocated To The Department Of Academic Advising Or Its Equivalent, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 9.19: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Number Of Full Time Equivalent Positions Allocated To The Department Of Academic Advising Or Its Equivalent, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 9.20: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Number Of Full Time Equivalent Positions Allocated To The Department Of Academic Advising Or Its Equivalent, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 10.1: Description Of The Growth Of The College's Financial Aid Over The Past Two Years

Table 10.2: Description Of The Growth Of The College's Financial Aid Over The Past Two Years, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 10.3: Description Of The Growth Of The College's Financial Aid Over The Past Two Years, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 10.4: Description Of The Growth Of The College's Financial Aid Over The Past Two Years, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 10.5: Description Of Tuition Levels And The Financial Situation Of The Student Body

Table 10.6: Description Of Tuition Levels And The Financial Situation Of The Student Body, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 10.7: Description Of Tuition Levels And The Financial Situation Of The Student Body, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 10.8: Description Of Tuition Levels And The Financial Situation Of The Student Body, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 10.9: Description Of Necessary Changes To Tuition To Take Over The Next Few Years In Order To Retain Or Enhance The Quality Of Students That Are Attracted To The Institution, And To Maintain Or Increase Enrollment

Table 10.10: Description Of Necessary Changes To Tuition To Take Over The Next Few Years In Order To Retain Or Enhance The Quality Of Students That Are Attracted To The Institution, And To Maintain Or Increase Enrollment, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 10.11: Description Of Necessary Changes To Tuition To Take Over The Next Few Years In Order To Retain Or Enhance The Quality Of Students That Are Attracted To The Institution, And To Maintain Or Increase Enrollment, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 10.12: Description Of Necessary Changes To Tuition To Take Over The Next Few Years In Order To Retain Or Enhance The Quality Of Students That Are Attracted To The Institution, And To Maintain Or Increase Enrollment, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 11.1: Description Of Institution's Attitude Towards Encouraging Student-Instructor Interaction Outside Of The Classroom

Table 11.2: Description Of Institution's Attitude Towards Encouraging Student-Instructor Interaction Outside Of The Classroom, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 11.3: Description Of Institution's Attitude Towards Encouraging Student-Instructor Interaction Outside Of The Classroom, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 11.4: Description Of Institution's Attitude Towards Encouraging Student-Instructor Interaction Outside Of The Classroom, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 12.1: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students In The Sample Colleges That Were Born Abroad

Table 12.2: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students In The Sample Colleges That Were Born Abroad, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 12.3: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students In The Sample Colleges That Were Born Abroad, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 12.4: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of Students In The Sample Colleges That Were Born Abroad, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 12.5: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of The Students In The Sample Colleges That Started As Freshmen Or Transferees In The Past Year That Need Special Help In Reading, Writing Or Pronouncing The English Language In Order To Have A Good Chance At Being Effective College Students

Table 12.6: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of The Students In The Sample Colleges That Started As Freshmen Or Transferees In The Past Year That Need Special Help In Reading, Writing Or Pronouncing The English Language In Order To Have A Good Chance At Being Effective College Students, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 12.7: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of The Students In The Sample Colleges That Started As Freshmen Or Transferees In The Past Year That Need Special Help In Reading, Writing Or Pronouncing The English Language In Order To Have A Good Chance At Being Effective College Students, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 12.8: Mean, Median, Minimum And Maximum Approximate Percentage Of The Students In The Sample Colleges That Started As Freshmen Or Transferees In The Past Year That Need Special Help In Reading, Writing Or Pronouncing The English Language In Order To Have A Good Chance At Being Effective College Students, Broken Out By Type Of College

Table 12.9: Percentage Of Colleges That Offer English As A Second Language Courses

Table 12.10: Percentage Of Colleges That Offer English As A Second Language Courses, Broken Out By Public/Private Status

Table 12.11: Percentage Of Colleges That Offer English As A Second Language Courses, Broken Out By FTE Enrollment

Table 12.12: Percentage Of Colleges That Offer English As A Second Language Courses, Broken Out By Type Of College

-Appalachian State
-Austin Peay State University
-Bacone College
-Bates College
-Bow Valley College
-California Lutheran University
-California State University Long Beach
-Carolinas College of Health Sciences
-Chicago State University
-Global College
-Iowa State University - Dean of Students Office
-Kirtland Community College
-Lynn University
-McKendree University
-Monmouth University
-Moraine Park Technical College
-Morgan State University
-Mount Olive College
-Neumann College
-New York University
-Ohio Dominican University
-Randolph College
-Raritan Valley Community College
-Richland Community College
-Robert Morris University
-San Jose State University
-Schreiner University
-Southwestern University
-SUNY College at Old Westbury
-UCCS
-University of South Carolina
-University of Arizona
-University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
-University of Central Florida
-University of Guelph
-University of Illinois at Chicago Honors College
-Virginia Commonwealth University
-WV Northern Community College
-Youngstown State University

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