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Survey of Best Practices in Student Retention, 2019-20 Edition

  • ID: 4846485
  • Report
  • 141 Pages
  • Primary Research Group
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This 143-page report is based on data from 43 colleges about their retention rates and practices.  The study gives detailed data on retention rates for undergraduates students, graduate students, over age 30 students, freshmen, distance learning students, international students, and others.  In addition, it brings you the opinions - both aggregated in statistical tables and presented verbatim - of a broad range of retention practitioners on what works and what does not work.  Retention deans and directors give their opinion of the impact of financial aid, academic advising, tutoring services, psychological counselling, information literacy, physical campus facilities - and many other factors - on student retention.

The report also presents data on the campus retention infrastructure including data on the number and type of schools with a chief retention administrator and spending levels on retention consulting.   Participants also comment on their most successful retention initiatives with various student cohorts including disabled students, ethnic and racial minorities, sophomores and other cohorts.

Data in the report is broken down by type and size of the college, for public and private colleges and universities, and by the level of tuition.

Just a few of the report’s many findings are that:

  • Student financial difficulties account for a mean of 41.53% of student dropouts, survey respondents estimated; the median was 35.00%, the maximum estimate was 90.00%, and the minimum was 10.00%.
  • Access to tutoring services had a significant impact on retention, according to 57.14% of all respondents; 33.33% said that this access had some impact; 7.14% said that this access does not have much of an impact, 2.38% gave no answer, and none said that it has a dramatic impact.
  • Spending on retention consulting services was still minimal but was expected to more or less double in the next year with public colleges leading the way. Small colleges still do not plan to spend much but medium-sized colleges with from 3,000 to 7,000 students appear ready to step up spending.
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1. THE QUESTIONNAIRE    

2. PARTICIPANTS LIST    

  • Characteristics of the Sample    

3. SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS    

  • Current Spending on Consulting Services to Aid in Student Retention    
  • Planned Spending on Consulting Services to Aid in Student Retention    
  • Percentage of Colleges with a Chief Retention Officer    
  • The Fall to Fall Student Retention Rate Part Time for the 2018-19 Academic Year    
  • Retention Rates for Graduate Students    
  • Retention Rates for Distance Learning Students    
  • Retention Rates for Foreign Students    
  • Retention Rates for Adult Students Over the Age of 30    
  • Same School Graduation Rates for Undergraduates    
  • Special Retention Efforts    
  • Impact of Financial Aid on Student Retention    
  • Impact of Severity in Grading on Student Retention    
  • Impact of Access to Tutoring on Student Retention    
  • Impact on Retention of Changes in the Academic Reputation of the College    
  • Impact on Retention of Academic and/or Psychological Counseling Services    
  • Impact of General Economic Conditions on Student Retention    
  • Percentage of Dropouts or Transferees Interviewed by the College of Departure    
  • Importance of Exit Interviews on Retention Strategy    
  • Alerts to Pinpoint Students Not Engaged in Extra-Curricular Activities    
  • Role of Information Literacy in Retention    
  • Percentage of Colleges that Offer Childcare Services    
  • Importance to Retention of the College Office of Financial Aid    
  • Importance to Retention of the Office of Career Services    
  • Importance to Retention of the Office of Academic Advising    
  • Importance of Tutoring Services for Student Retention    
  • Identification of Student Intervention Thresholds    
  • View of Efforts to Help Students at Risk of Dropping Out    
  • College Spending on Tutoring in the Past Year    
  • Expected College Spending on Tutoring in the Next Year    
  • Evaluation of the Impact of College Tutoring on Retention    
  • Percentage of Colleges that Maintain Student Advisory Centers in Student Residence Halls    
  • Percentage of Colleges that have Ever Hired a Consultant to Review or Advise Academic Advising    
  • Budget for the College Department of Academic Advising    
  • Recent Changes in the Level of Financial Aid    
  • Impact of Tuition Increases on Retention    
  • Changes in the Rate of Student Retention for First-Year Students Entering the Second Year    
  • Percentage of Those who Drop Out Who do So Largely for Financial Reasons    
  • Expectations for Retention Rates    
  • Adult Education Program Retention Compared to Traditional College Program Retention    
  • Distance Education Program Retention Compared to Traditional College Program Retention    

List of Tables

Table 1.1 How much did the college spend (in US $) on consulting services to aid in student retention in the past year? (exclude spending on the conference which we ask about separately)    
Table 1.2 How much did the college spend (in US $) on consulting services to aid in student retention in the past year? (exclude spending on the conference which we ask about separately) Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 1.3 How much did the college spend (in US $) on consulting services to aid in student retention in the past year? (exclude spending on the conference which we ask about separately) Broken out by enrollment    
Table 1.4 How much did the college spend (in US $) on consulting services to aid in student retention in the past year? (exclude spending on the conference which we ask about separately) Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 1.5 How much did the college spend (in US $) on consulting services to aid in student retention in the past year? (exclude spending on the conference which we ask about separately) Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 2.1 How much do you expect that the college will spend (in US $) on consulting services to aid in student retention in the next year? (exclude spending on the conference which we ask about separately)    
Table 2.2 How much do you expect that the college will spend (in US $) on consulting services to aid in student retention in the next year? (exclude spending on the conference which we ask about separately) Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 2.3 How much do you expect that the college will spend (in US $) on consulting services to aid in student retention in the next year? (exclude spending on the conference which we ask about separately) Broken out by enrollment    
Table 2.4 How much do you expect that the college will spend (in US $) on consulting services to aid in student retention in the next year? (exclude spending on the conference which we ask about separately) Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 2.5 How much do you expect that the college will spend (in US $) on consulting services to aid in student retention in the next year? (exclude spending on the conference which we ask about separately) Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 3.1 Does the college have a dean or other high-level administrator whose primary responsibility is to maintain or increase student retention?    
Table 3.2 Does the college have a dean or other high-level administrator whose primary responsibility is to maintain or increase student retention? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 3.3 Does the college have a dean or other high-level administrator whose primary responsibility is to maintain or increase student retention? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 3.4 Does the college have a dean or other high-level administrator whose primary responsibility is to maintain or increase student retention? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 3.5 Does the college have a dean or other high-level administrator whose primary responsibility is to maintain or increase student retention? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 5.1 What was the college's fall to fall retention rate for part-time students from fall 2018 to fall 2019?    
Table 5.2 What was the college's fall to fall retention rate for part-time students from fall 2018 to fall 2019? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 5.3 What was the college's fall to fall retention rate for part time students from fall 2018 to fall 2019? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 5.4 What was the college's fall to fall retention rate for part time students from fall 2018 to fall 2019? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 5.5 What was the college's fall to fall retention rate for part time students from fall 2018 to fall 2019? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 6 What was the retention rate for the following specific kinds of students?    
Table 6.1.1 What was the retention rate for graduate students?    
Table 6.1.2 What was the retention rate for graduate students? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 6.1.3 What was the retention rate for graduate students? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 6.1.4 What was the retention rate for graduate students? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 6.1.5 What was the retention rate for graduate students? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 6.3.1 What was the retention rate for distance learning/hybrid Learning students?    
Table 6.3.2 What was the retention rate for distance learning/hybrid Learning students? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 6.3.3 What was the retention rate for distance learning/hybrid Learning students? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 6.3.4 What was the retention rate for distance learning/hybrid Learning students? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 6.3.5 What was the retention rate for distance learning/hybrid Learning students? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 6.4.1 What was the retention rate for foreign students?    
Table 6.4.2 What was the retention rate for foreign students? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 6.4.3 What was the retention rate for foreign students? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 6.4.4 What was the retention rate for foreign students? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 6.4.5 What was the retention rate for foreign students? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 6.5.1 What was the retention rate for adult students over age 30 (or some reasonable equivalent)?    
Table 6.5.2 What was the retention rate for adult students over age 30 (or some reasonable equivalent)? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 6.5.3 What was the retention rate for adult students over age 30 (or some reasonable equivalent)? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 6.5.4 What was the retention rate for adult students over age 30 (or some reasonable equivalent)? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 6.5.5 What was the retention rate for adult students over age 30 (or some reasonable equivalent)? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 7.1 For the last year for which such data is available, what percentage of students who start at the college as fall term freshmen graduate the college?    
Table 7.2 For the last year for which such data is available, what percentage of students who start at the college as fall term freshmen graduate the college? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 7.3 For the last year for which such data is available, what percentage of students who start at the college as fall term freshmen graduate the college? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 7.4 For the last year for which such data is available, what percentage of students who start at the college as fall term freshmen graduate the college? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 7.5 For the last year for which such data is available, what percentage of students who start at the college as fall term freshmen graduate the college? Broken out by tuition, $    
If you have had particular success in increasing retention rates for any specific group defined by any criteria -- race, SAT level, academic major, geographic origin, or any other criteria - explain how you achieved this success. Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of the following on student retention:    
Table 8.1.1 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of terms of student financial assistance    
Table 8.1.2 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of terms of student financial assistance Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 8.1.3 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of terms of student financial assistance Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.1.4 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of terms of student financial assistance Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.1.5 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of terms of student financial assistance Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.2.1 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of severity in grading    
Table 8.2.2 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of severity in grading Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 8.2.3 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of severity in grading Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.2.4 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of severity in grading Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.2.5 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of severity in grading Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.3.1 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of access to tutoring services    
Table 8.3.2 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of access to tutoring services Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 8.3.3 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of access to tutoring services Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.3.4 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of access to tutoring services Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.3.5 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of access to tutoring services Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.4.1 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of changes in the academic reputation of the college    
Table 8.4.2 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of changes in the academic reputation of the college Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 8.4.3 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of changes in the academic reputation of the college Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.4.4 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of changes in the academic reputation of the college Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.4.5 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of changes in the academic reputation of the college Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.5.1 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of access to academic and/or psychological counseling services    
Table 8.5.2 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of access to academic and/or psychological counseling services Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 8.5.3 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of access to academic and/or psychological counseling services Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.5.4 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of access to academic and/or psychological counseling services Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.5.5 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of access to academic and/or psychological counseling services Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.6.1 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of general economic conditions    
Table 8.6.2 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of general economic conditions Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 8.6.3 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of general economic conditions Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.6.4 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of general economic conditions Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.6.5 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of general economic conditions Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.7.1 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of involvement in extra curricular activities    
Table 8.7.2 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of involvement in extra curricular activities Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 8.7.3 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of involvement in extra curricular activities Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.7.4 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of involvement in extra curricular activities Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.7.5 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of involvement in extra curricular activities Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.8.1 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of quality of residence halls and food service    
Table 8.8.2 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of quality of residence halls and food service Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 8.8.3 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of quality of residence halls and food service Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.8.4 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of quality of residence halls and food service Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.8.5 Using a scale of 1-4, rank the impact on retention of quality of residence halls and food service Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 9.1 Approximately what percentage of students who decide to transfer out of or drop out of the college prior to graduation are interviewed by college management to find out their feelings about their experience at the college?    
Table 9.2 Approximately what percentage of students who decide to transfer out of or drop out of the college prior to graduation are interviewed by college management to find out their feelings about their experience at the college? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 9.3 Approximately what percentage of students who decide to transfer out of or drop out of the college prior to graduation are interviewed by college management to find out their feelings about their experience at the college? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 9.4 Approximately what percentage of students who decide to transfer out of or drop out of the college prior to graduation are interviewed by college management to find out their feelings about their experience at the college? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 9.5 Approximately what percentage of students who decide to transfer out of or drop out of the college prior to graduation are interviewed by college management to find out their feelings about their experience at the college? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing your retention strategy?    
Table 10.1.1 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing retention strategy?    
Table 10.1.2 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing retention strategy? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 10.1.3 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing retention strategy? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.1.4 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing retention strategy? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.1.5 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing retention strategy? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.2.1 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing retention strategy for graduating students?    
Table 10.2.2 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing retention strategies for graduating students? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 10.2.3 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing retention strategies for graduating students? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.2.4 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing retention strategies for graduating students? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.2.5 How important have exit interviews been in developing and implementing retention strategy for graduating students? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 11.1 Does the college maintain any records that enable it to pinpoint students who are not engaged in any or very few extra-curricular activities?    
Table 11.2 Does the college maintain any records that enable it to pinpoint students who are not engaged in any or very few extra-curricular activities? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 11.3 Does the college maintain any records that enable it to pinpoint students who are not engaged in any or very few extra-curricular activities? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 11.4 Does the college maintain any records that enable it to pinpoint students who are not engaged in any or very few extra-curricular activities? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 11.5 Does the college maintain any records that enable it to pinpoint students who are not engaged in any or very few extra-curricular activities? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 12.1 Your college's information literacy policy is best approximated by which statement?    
Table 12.2 Your college's information literacy policy is best approximated by which statement? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 12.3 Your college's information literacy policy is best approximated by which statement? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 12.4 Your college's information literacy policy is best approximated by which statement? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 12.5 Your college's information literacy policy is best approximated by which statement? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 13.1 Does the college offer childcare services for students with children?    
Table 13.2 Does the college offer childcare services for students with children? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 13.3 Does the college offer childcare services for students with children? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 13.4 Does the college offer childcare services for students with children? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 13.5 Does the college offer childcare services for students with children? Broken out by tuition, $    
How important do you consider part-time employment for students and the provision of quality internships to be as factors in student retention and have you made efforts to evaluate or improve these services at your college? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 14 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, how critical are the following student services for success in retention.    
Table 14.1.1 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of financial aid?    
Table 14.1.2 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of financial aid? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 14.1.3 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of financial aid? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.1.4 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of financial aid? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.1.5 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of financial aid? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.2.1 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of career services?    
Table 14.2.2 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of career services? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 14.2.3 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of career services? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.2.4 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of career services? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.2.5 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of career services? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.3.1 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of academic advising?    
Table 14.3.2 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of academic advising? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 14.3.3 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of academic advising? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.3.4 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of academic advising? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.3.5 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the office of academic advising? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.4.1 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is learning services/tutoring services?    
Table 14.4.2 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is learning services/tutoring services? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 14.4.3 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is learning services/tutoring services? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.4.4 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is learning services/tutoring services? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.4.5 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is learning services/tutoring services? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.5.1 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is peer mentoring?    
Table 14.5.2 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is peer mentoring? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 14.5.3 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is peer mentoring? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.5.4 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is peer mentoring? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.5.5 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is peer mentoring? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.6.1 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is childcare services?    
Table 14.6.2 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is childcare services? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 14.6.3 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is childcare services? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.6.4 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is childcare services? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.6.5 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is childcare services? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.7.1 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the information technology?    
Table 14.7.2 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the information technology? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 14.7.3 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the information technology? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.7.4 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the information technology? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.7.5 On a scale of 1-5 with "1" as very important and "5" as unimportant, please specify how critical is the information technology? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 15.1 Does the college identify high-risk students and then intervene at certain thresh-holds such as the number of classes or assignments missed, or low-grade point averages?    
Table 15.2 Does the college identify high-risk students and then intervene at certain thresh-holds such as a number of classes or assignments missed, or low-grade point averages? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 15.3 Does the college identify high-risk students and then intervene at certain thresh-holds such as the number of classes or assignments missed, or low-grade point averages? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 15.4 Does the college identify high-risk students and then intervene at certain thresh-holds such as the number of classes or assignments missed, or low-grade point averages? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 15.5 Does the college identify high-risk students and then intervene at certain thresh-holds such as the number of classes or assignments missed, or low-grade point averages? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 16.1 Which phrase best describes your view of your college's efforts to reach out to and help students at high risk for dropping out?    
Table 16.2 Which phrase best describes your view of your college's efforts to reach out to and help students at high risk for dropping out? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 16.3 Which phrase best describes your view of your college's efforts to reach out to and help students at high risk for dropping out? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 16.4 Which phrase best describes your view of your college's efforts to reach out to and help students at high risk for dropping out? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 16.5 Which phrase best describes your view of your college's efforts to reach out to and help students at high risk for dropping out? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 17 What is college spending (in US $) on tutoring for all students?    
Table 17.1.1 How much did the college spend (in US $) on tutoring for all students in the past year?    
Table 17.1.2 How much did the college spend (in US $) on tutoring for all students in the past year? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 17.1.3 How much did the college spend (in US $) on tutoring for all students in the past year? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 17.1.4 How much did the college spend (in US $) on tutoring for all students in the past year? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 17.1.5 How much did the college spend (in US $) on tutoring for all students in the past year? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 17.2.1 How much will the college spend (in the US $) next year on tutoring for all students?    
Table 17.2.2 How much will the college spend (in the US $) next year on tutoring for all students? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 17.2.3 How much will the college spend (in the US $) next year on tutoring for all students? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 17.2.4 How much will the college spend (in the US $) next year on tutoring for all students? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 17.2.5 How much will the college spend (in the US $) next year on tutoring for all students? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 18.1 Which phrase best describes your attitude towards the impact that the college tutoring program has had on student retention?    
Table 18.2 Which phrase best describes your attitude towards the impact that the college tutoring program has had on student retention? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 18.3 Which phrase best describes your attitude towards the impact that the college tutoring program has had on student retention? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 18.4 Which phrase best describes your attitude towards the impact that the college tutoring program has had on student retention? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 18.5 Which phrase best describes your attitude towards the impact that the college tutoring program has had on student retention? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 19.1 Does the college have student advisory centers located in residence halls?    
Table 19.2 Does the college have student advisory centers located in residence halls? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 19.3 Does the college have student advisory centers located in residence halls? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 19.4 Does the college have student advisory centers located in residence halls? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 19.5 Does the college have student advisory centers located in residence halls? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 20.1 To the best of your knowledge, has the college ever hired a consultant to review or advise on the college's academic advising services?    
Table 20.2 To the best of your knowledge, has the college ever hired a consultant to review or advise on the college's academic advising services? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 20.3 To the best of your knowledge, has the college ever hired a consultant to review or advise on the college's academic advising services? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 20.4 To the best of your knowledge, has the college ever hired a consultant to review or advise on the college's academic advising services? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 20.5 To the best of your knowledge, has the college ever hired a consultant to review or advise on the college's academic advising services? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 21.1 What is the total annual budget (in US $), including spending for salaries, of the college's academic advising unit?    
Table 21.2 What is the total annual budget (in US $), including spending for salaries, of the college's academic advising unit? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 21.3 What is the total annual budget (in US $), including spending for salaries, of the college's academic advising unit? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 21.4 What is the total annual budget (in US $), including spending for salaries, of the college's academic advising unit? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 21.5 What is the total annual budget (in US $), including spending for salaries, of the college's academic advising unit? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 22.1 Over the past two years the college's financial aid has become more or less generous?    
Table 22.2 Over the past two years the college's financial aid has become more or less generous? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 22.3 Over the past two years the college's financial aid has become more or less generous? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 22.4 Over the past two years the college's financial aid has become more or less generous? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 22.5 Over the past two years the college's financial aid has become more or less generous? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 23.1 My personal feeling about tuition levels and the financial situation of our student body is that:    
Table 23.2 My personal feeling about tuition levels and the financial situation of our student body is that: Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 23.3 My personal feeling about tuition levels and the financial situation of our student body is that: Broken out by enrollment    
Table 23.4 My personal feeling about tuition levels and the financial situation of our student body is that: Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
able 23.5 My personal feeling about tuition levels and the financial situation of our student body is that: Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 24.1 The college's retention rate for first-year students entering the second year has increased, decreased or remained the same?    
Table 24.2 The college's retention rate for first-year students entering the second year has increased, decreased or remained the same? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 24.3 The college's retention rate for first-year students entering the second year has increased, decreased or remained the same? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 24.4 The college's retention rate for first-year students entering the second year has increased, decreased or remained the same? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 24.5 The college's retention rate for first-year students entering the second year has increased, decreased or remained the same? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 25.1 About what percentage of students who drop out do you believe do so primarily for economic reasons?    
Table 25.2 About what percentage of students who drop out do you believe do so primarily for economic reasons? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 25.3 About what percentage of students who drop out do you believe do so primarily for economic reasons? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 25.4 About what percentage of students who drop out do you believe do so primarily for economic reasons? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 25.5 About what percentage of students who drop out do you believe do so primarily for economic reasons? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 26.1 Over the next few years your best honest estimate is that retention rates will decline, stay the same or increase?    
Table 26.2 Over the next few years your best honest estimate is that retention rates will decline, stay the same or increase? Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 26.3 Over the next few years your best honest estimate is that retention rates will decline, stay the same or increase? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 26.4 Over the next few years your best honest estimate is that retention rates will decline, stay the same or increase? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 26.5 Over the next few years your best honest estimate is that retention rates will decline, stay the same or increase? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 27 If your college has any of the following types of programs rank their retention rates relative to your main college program    
Table 27.1.1 If your college has adult education rank its retention rates relative to your main college program    
Table 27.1.2 If your college has adult education rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 27.1.3 If your college has adult education rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out by enrollment    
Table 27.1.4 If your college has adult education rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 27.1.5 If your college has adult education rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 27.2.1 If your college has distance education rank its retention rates relative to your main college program    
Table 27.2.2 If your college has distance education rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 27.2.3 If your college has distance education rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out by enrollment    
Table 27.2.4 If your college has distance education rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 27.2.5 If your college has distance education rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 27.3.1 If your college has an overseas campus rank its retention rates relative to your main college program    
Table 27.3.2 If your college has an overseas campus rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out for public and private colleges    
Table 27.3.3 If your college has an overseas campus rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out by enrollment    
Table 27.3.4 If your college has an overseas campus rank their retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 27.3.5 If your college has an overseas campus rank its retention rates relative to your main college program Broken out by tuition, $

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