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Transitions CLIP 2005-2006 Summary of Data Collected in September 2005 during afternoon and evening classes at the Delano DST Campus 77 Students Responded.

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1 Transitions CLIP Summary of Data Collected in September 2005 during afternoon and evening classes at the Delano DST Campus 77 Students Responded Presented March 31, 2006 by Transitions CLIP Members at the CLIP Feedback Meeting in the BC Fireside room

2 Highest college degree Surveyed Students Plan to Complete (n=77)

3 Do BC Delano Campus Students Plan to Transfer to a Four-year College or University? YES 87.7% NO 12.3% (n=77) Note: In the previous slide, 28.3% of students surveyed indicated that the highest degree they hoped to attain was an AA/AS degree. The AA/AS degrees do not require transfer. But, only12.3% of students do not plan to transfer to a four-year college or university, when asked. Either they plan to attend without completing a degree OR there is some confusion with respect to the definition of transfer and/or the degrees being discussed. (n=77) Note: In the previous slide, 28.3% of students surveyed indicated that the highest degree they hoped to attain was an AA/AS degree. The AA/AS degrees do not require transfer. But, only12.3% of students do not plan to transfer to a four-year college or university, when asked. Either they plan to attend without completing a degree OR there is some confusion with respect to the definition of transfer and/or the degrees being discussed.

4 What college/university are you planning to transfer? Universities # Students CSUB 55 FRESNO STATE 21 UCLA 13 SAN DIEGO STATE 11 Note: A total of 77 students were surveyed.

5 Parts of the transfer process that students find confusing or difficult # of students # of students Classes (type) 23 Requirements (paper work) 9 Units (transfer) 4 Financial Need 4 Note: A total of 77 students were surveyed.

6 According to the 74 students surveyed in Fall 2005 at the BC Delano Campus, the factors that most influence their decision when choosing a Four-year college or university are: FactorScore Cost 3.69 Scholarships 3.59 Academic Programs 3.52 Admission/Requirements 3.50 NOTE: A 4 pt. Likert scale was used. 1=not important at all, 2=somewhat unimportant, 3=somewhat important, 4=very important

7 BC Delano Campus Students Answer: If you were to visit the college/university you are hoping to transfer to, what information would you be most interested in learning? Top 5 Responses # of students Programs/Classes 24 Campus Life20 Cost19 Requirements16 Financial Aid11 Note: A total of 77 students were surveyed.


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