Institutional Research Documents

Document Type

Article

Keywords

College students--Iowa--Social conditions--Statistics; University of Northern Iowa--Students--Statistics; College students--Iowa--Economic conditions--Statistics;

Description

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface ••• vii
Profile Summary ••• ix
TOTAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT FOR FALL SEMESTER 1980
Comparative Enrollments Fall Semesters 1980 and 1979 ••• 3
Undergraduates and Graduates
Full-Time and Part-Time
Men and Women
Classification
Teaching and Liberal and Vocational Arts
Full-Time Equivalents (FTE)
Resident and Non-Resident
Off-Campus Extension, Correspondence, and
Independent Study
Head Count, Full-Time Equivalents (FTE's) and
FTE's Expressed as a Percentage of Heads ••• 7
Enrollment by Curricula ••• 8
Distribution by Curriculum of All Undergraduate Students ••• 14
Total Enrollment by Resident and Non-Resident ••• 15
Enrollment by County of Origin ••• 16
Enrollment by State of Origin ••• 17
Enrollment of Foreign Students by Country of Origin ••• 18
Foreign Student Report ••• 19
Majors Declared by Foreign Students ••• 20
Undergraduate Enrollment by Race and Sex ••• 21
Masters Graduate Enrollment by College, Race and Sex ••• 21
Advanced Graduate Enrollment by College, Race and Sex ••• 21
Comparative Average Ages Fall Semesters 1960-1980 ••• 22
Enrollment by Physical Handicap Categories ••• 23

Veterans Receiving VA Educational Benefits, Fall Semesters 1973-1980 ••• 24
Residence Hall Occupancy ••• 25
Percent of Total Enrollment in Residence Halls (Men). ••• 26
Percent of Total Enrollment in Residence Halls (Women) ••• 26
NEW STUDENTS ENTERING UNI FALL SEMESTER 1980
FRESHMEN DIRECT FROM HIGH SCHOOL
Distribution by Month of Application of Enrolled Students From High School ••• 29
Distribution by Place of Residence for Fee Purposes of Enrolled Students New From High School ••• 30
Distribution of Distance From Cedar Falls for Enrolled Students from Iowa High Schools ••• 31
Number of New Students Entering Directly from Iowa High Schools by County of Origin ••• 32
Percent of Total New Students Entering Directly from Iowa High Schools by County of Origin ••• 33
Distribution by Size of High School Class for 2,142 Enrolled Students New From High School ••• 34
Distribution by Percentile Rank in High School Graduating Class for Enrolled Students New From High School ••• 35
Distribution by ACT Scores for Enrolled Students New From High School ••• 36
Distribution by ACT Composite Score and High School Decile Rank in Class for Enrolled Students New From High School for Whom Both ACT Score and Rank in Class are Available ••• 37
Profiles of New Students Fall Semester 1967-1980 ••• 38
Distribution by Curriculum of Enrolled Students New From High School ••• 39
Prospective Academic Majors of New Students Direct From High School ••• 40
Pre-Professional Majors Indicated by New Students Direct from High School ••• 41
Educational Level at Which Students New From High School Made Their Initial Decision to Attend UNI ••• 42
New Students' Reasons for Choosing UNI Rather Than Another College ••• 43
Attendance Plans of Students New From High School ••• 43
Number of Years Students New From High School Plan to Stay at UNI ••• 43
Responses of UNI Students New From High School Concerning the Relative Importance of Specific Goals to be Achieved While Attending UNI ••• 44
A Comparison of the Responses of UNI Students New From High School and Their Parents Concerning the Relative Importance of Specific Goals to be Achieved by the Students While Attending UNI ••• 45
First Semester Grade Point Averages Expected by 995 UNI Students New From High School Compared with the Grade Point Averages Their Parents Expected Them to Receive ••• 46
First Semester Grade Point Averages Expected by 1,998 UNI Students New From High School ••• 46
Self Ratings (Compared With Others Their Age) of Students New From High School ••• 47
Occupations of Parents of UNI Students New From High School ••• 48
Educational Levels of Parents of UNI Students New From High School ••• 49
TRANSFERS FROM OTHER COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
New Transfer Students Entering Fall 1980 ••• 53
New Two-Year College Transfers ••• 54
NEW GRADUATE STUDENTS
New Graduate Students by Major Area ••• 59
New Graduate Students by Bachelors Degree College ••• 60
MISCELLANEOUS
New Undergraduate Students by Term and Year ••• 63 New Undergraduate Students by Year ••• 64
New Undergraduate Part-Time Students as Percent of Total New Undergraduate Enrollment for Fall and Spring Semesters (1968-69 - 1979-80) ••• 65
Scholarship Summary Data, Fall and Spring Semesters 1968-1980 ••• 66
New Students Enrolled in Educational Opportunity Program 1977-1980 ••• 67
Ethnic Background of Educational Opportunity Program Students 1977-1980 ••• 67
College Level Examination Program (CLEP) Distribution of General Examination Scores 1978-80 ••• 68
Students Performance on the General Examinations 1978-80 ••• 69
RESEARCH PERTAINING TO UNI STUDENTS
Cumulative Grade Point Averages Earned by Transfer Men Utilizing High School Rank and ACT Scores ••• 73
Cumulative Grade Point Averages Earned by Transfer Women Utilizing High School Rank and ACT Scores ••• 74
Cumulative Grade Point Averages Earned by Freshmen Men Direct From High School Utilizing High School Rank and ACT Scores ••• 75
Cumulative Grade Point Averages Earned by Freshmen Women Direct From High School Utilizing High School Rank and ACT Scores ••• 76
First Semester Cumulative Grade Point Averages, ACT Composite Standard Scores and High School Decile Rank for New Students Direct from High School Who Completed Fall Semester 1979 ••• 77
First Semester Grade Averages, Graduation Semester Grade Averages, High School Decile Ranks, and ACT Scores of Students Direct From High School Who Received Bachelors Degrees Fall Semester 1979 and Spring Semester 1980 ••• 78

Department

University of Northern Iowa

Original Date

Fall 1980

Language

EN

File Format

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