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The Aging Population Source: U.S. Census Bureau Percent Growth in U.S. Population, 1986-2006 by Age Bracket.

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2 The Aging Population

3 Source: U.S. Census Bureau Percent Growth in U.S. Population, by Age Bracket

4 Source: U.S. Census Bureau Growth in U.S. Population Over Five-Year Intervals,

5 Source: U.S. Department of Education/U.S. Census Bureau The Impact of Traditional Students on Total College Enrollment

6 Source: U.S.Department of Education Student Enrollments, by Age Bracket

7 Source: U.S. Department of Education College Enrollment Profile, by Age Bracket

8 Undergraduate Enrollment by Attendance Status Source: U.S. Department of Education

9 Change in Part-Time Enrollment, Source: U.S. Department of Education

10 Graduate and Professional Enrollment, by Attendance Status Source: U.S. Department of Education

11 Gender and Attendance Status

12 Growing Ethnic Diversity

13 Source: U.S. Census Bureau Growth Rate of U.S. Population by Ethnic Group

14 Source: U.S. Census Bureau Growth in U.S. Population by Ethnic Group

15 Source: U.S. Department of Education Concentration of Minorities Enrolled in Public Elementary/Secondary Schools, , and Selected Changes from % to 50% 21% to 35% 10% to 20% More than 50% Less than 10% +19.7% +9.9% +10.1% +19.4% +9.0% +10.4% +10.1% +9.6% +11.2%

16 Source: U.S. Census Bureau High School Graduation Rates by Ethnic Group

17 Source: U.S. Census Bureau College-Going Rates of High School Graduates Aged 18 to 24 by Ethnic Group,

18 Source: U.S. Department of Education Concentration of Minorities Enrolled in Higher Education, and Selected Changes from % to 30% 11% to 20% 0 to 10% 31% to 40% More than 40% +12.4% +10.6% +12.5% +11.7% +13.6% +15.4% +9.9% +14.8% +9.4% +10.9% +10.5% +9.0% +9.7% +10.5% +11.6% +9.8% +9.0%

19 Growth in College Enrollment by Ethnic Group to Source: U.S. Department of Education

20 Racial-Ethnic Distribution in College Enrollment to Source: U.S. Department of Education

21 Minority Males as a Percent of Total College Enrollment, to Source: U.S. Department of Education

22 Minority Females as a Percent of Total College Enrollment, to Source: U.S. Department of Education

23 Ratio of Bachelor’s Degrees Earned to Enrollments to Source: U.S. Department of Education

24 2006 High School Seniors: Graduation and Four- Year College Enrollment Selected States

25 2006 High School Seniors: Graduation and Four-Year College Enrollment: California Source: The College Board/U.S. Department of Education

26 2006 High School Seniors: Graduation and Four-Year College Enrollment: Florida Source: The College Board/U.S. Department of Education

27 2006 High School Seniors: Graduation and Four-Year College Enrollment: Massachusetts Source: The College Board/U.S. Department of Education

28 2006 High School Seniors: Graduation and Four-Year College Enrollment: New York Source: The College Board/U.S. Department of Education

29 2006 High School Seniors: Graduation and Four-Year College Enrollment: Ohio Source: The College Board/U.S. Department of Education

30 2006 High School Seniors: Graduation and Four-Year College Enrollment: Texas Source: The College Board/U.S. Department of Education

31 Other Trends Affecting Higher Education

32 Source: U.S. Census Bureau Percent Change in Resident Population, by College Board Region

33 Source: U.S. Department of Education Percent of High School Graduates Enrolled in a Four-Year College Outside Their Home State Fall % to 49% 15% to 29% Less than 15% 50% or more DE +10% -11% -27% -9% -6% -18% -11% CT -6% MD+6% +7% +5%

34 Source: U.S. Census Bureau States with Largest Net Migration of Four-Year College Freshmen, Fall 2004

35 Source: CIRP Change in Intended Major to

36 Trends in College Costs and Financial Aid

37 Trends in Concern About Ability to Finance a College Education, to Source: CIRP

38 Percent For Whom Financing was a Major Concern to (Selected Years) Source: CIRP

39 Trends in Rate of Increase in Total Four-Year College Costs, to Source: U.S. Department of Education

40 Trends in Rate of Increase in Four-Year College Tuition & Fees, to Source: U.S. Department of Education

41 College Costs and Disposable Per Capita Income, to Source:The College Board

42 Year-to-Year Change in College Costs and Disposable Income, to Source:The College Board

43 Types of Financial Aid as a Percentage of Total, to Source:The College Board

44 Sources of Financial Aid as Percentage of Total, to Source:The College Board


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