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1 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey CIRP The Freshman Survey 2008 National Results 240,579 Responses Executive Summary

2 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey CIRP The Freshman Survey  Administered to all incoming first-time, first-year college students  Comprehensive survey that examines characteristics and expectations of incoming students upon entering college  First part of a longitudinal assessment program  Freshman Survey  Your First College Year  College Senior Survey

3 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey CIRP The Freshman Survey  43 rd year  Over 13 million students  Over 1,900 schools  Largest and longest running study of higher education

4 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Presentation Summary  Demographics Demographics  Finances Finances  High School High School  Admissions Admissions  College Choice College Choice  Pluralistic Orientation Pluralistic Orientation  Self-ratings Self-ratings  Habits of Mind Habits of Mind  Political Views Political Views  Values Values  Degree Aspirations Degree Aspirations  Expectations Expectations

5 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Demographics Native English Speakers: 91.2% First-Generation: 19.9%

6 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Demographics

7 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Demographics Disabilities

8 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Finances Family Income

9 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Finances Source for College Expenses

10 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Finances Level of Concern About Ability to Finance College Education

11 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey High School Type of High School Attended

12 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey High School Average Grade in High School

13 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey High School Coursework: Total Number of Years Study

14 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey High School Racial Composition: High School and Neighborhood

15 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey High School Frequency of Activity During the Past Year as High School Senior

16 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey High School Frequency of Activity During the Past Year as High School Senior (continued)

17 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey High School Behavior: How Students Spend Time

18 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey High School Behavior: How Students Spend Time (continued)

19 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Admissions Number of Applications Submitted

20 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey College Choice

21 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey College Choice How important was each reason in your decision to come here?

22 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey College Choice How important was each reason in your decision to come here? (continued)

23 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey College Choice How important was each reason in your decision to come here? (continued)

24 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey How many miles is this college from your permanent home?

25 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey College Residential Plans

26 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Pluralistic Orientation  5 new items for 2008  Assess students’ self perception of their tolerance, ability to work cooperatively, and ability to debate constructively

27 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Pluralistic Orientation Compared to the average person your age, rate yourself on your…

28 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Self-ratings Traits: Compared to the average person your age, rate yourself on your…

29 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Self-ratings Traits: Compared to the average person your age, rate yourself on your… (continued)

30 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Habits of Mind  Behaviors and traits that have been identified as contributing towards success  in coursework  foundation for life-long learning

31 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Habits of Mind Learning Behavior: How often in past year did you?

32 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Habits of Mind Learning Behavior: How often in past year did you? (continued)

33 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Social and Political Views How would you characterize your political views?

34 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Social and Political Views Students from disadvantaged social backgrounds should be given preferential treatment in college admissions

35 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Social and Political Views Colleges have the right to ban extreme speakers from campus

36 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Social and Political Views Affirmative action in college admissions should be abolished

37 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Values Please indicate the importance to you personally of each of the following

38 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Values Please indicate the importance to you personally of each of the following (con’t)

39 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Degree Aspirations

40 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Expectations “Very Good Chance” Student Will…

41 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey Expectations “Very Good Chance” Student Will… (continued)

42 Return to contents CIRP Freshman Survey For more information about CIRP Surveys The Freshmen Survey Your First College Year Survey College Senior Survey (310)


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