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Degree attainment by ethnicity fall 2005 cohort

Degree Attainment by Ethnicity

(Fall 2005 Cohort)

Population was restricted to students having declared degree attainment as the education goal on their application and having earned 12+ units in their first term (full-time student).

N = refers to the total number of students tracked in that cohort (earned 12+ units & degree seeking).

Additional framing data: in Fall 2005 roughly 21% of Cañada students earn 12+ Units in their first term and roughly 14% both earned 12+ units in their first term and were degree seeking.


Degree attainment by ethnicity fall 2005 cohort

Degree Attainment by Ethnicity

(Fall 2006 Cohort)

Population was restricted to students having declared degree attainment as the education goal on their application and having earned 12+ units in their first term (full-time student).

N = refers to the total number of students tracked in that cohort (earned 12+ units & degree seeking).

Additional framing data: in Fall 2006 roughly 20% of Cañada students earn 12+ Units in their first term and roughly 13% both earned 12+ units in their first term and were degree seeking.


Degree attainment by ethnicity fall 2005 cohort

Degree Attainment by Ethnicity

(Fall 2007 Cohort)

Population was restricted to students having declared degree attainment as the education goal on their application and having earned 12+ units in their first term (full-time student).

N = refers to the total number of students tracked in that cohort (earned 12+ units & degree seeking).

Additional framing data: in Fall 2007 roughly 20% of Cañada students earn 12+ Units in their first term and roughly 10% both earned 12+ units in their first term and were degree seeking.


Degree attainment by ethnicity fall 2005 cohort

Degree Attainment by Ethnicity

(Fall 2008 Cohort)

Population was restricted to students having declared degree attainment as the education goal on their application and having earned 12+ units in their first term (full-time student).

N = refers to the total number of students tracked in that cohort (earned 12+ units & degree seeking).

Note that the U.S. Census Bureau introduced new Ethnicity definitions beginning in the Fall 2008.

Additional framing data: in Fall 2008 roughly 21% of Cañada students earn 12+ Units in their first term and roughly 10% both earned 12+ units in their first term and were degree seeking.


Degree attainment by ethnicity fall 2005 cohort

Degree Attainment by Ethnicity

(Fall 2009 Cohort)

Population was restricted to students having declared degree attainment as the education goal on their application and having earned 12+ units in their first term (full-time student).

N = refers to the total number of students tracked in that cohort (earned 12+ units & degree seeking).

Note that the U.S. Census Bureau introduced new Ethnicity definitions beginning in the Fall 2008.

Additional framing data: in Fall 2009 roughly 21% of Cañada students earn 12+ Units in their first term and roughly 11% both earned 12+ units in their first term and were degree seeking.


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