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Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP)

The Institutional Profile provides comprehensive information on incoming first-year students as well as national normative data for similar types of schools. Topics covered include: secondary school achievement and activities; educational and career plans; parental income and education, ethnicity, and other demographic items; financial aid; and values, attitudes, beliefs, and self-concept. This report provides information that can be used for student assessment activities, accreditation and self-study reports, campus planning, and policy analysis. Separate profile reports are generated for first-time full-time freshmen, first-time part-time freshmen, transfers, and all respondents. Comparison groups in the first-time, full-time freshmenand all respondent reports are nationally-normed to reflect the American first-time full-time freshman population.

CIRP 2012 Summary

CIRP 2010 Summary

CIRP 2008 Summary

CIRP 2007 Summary

CIRP 2005 Summary

CIRP 2004 Summary

CIRP 2003 Summary

CIRP 2002 Summary

CIRP 2001 Summary

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