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An Analysis Of Native And Transfer Characteristics As Expressed In 1995 Cirp Survey Findings, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble Feb 1997

An Analysis Of Native And Transfer Characteristics As Expressed In 1995 Cirp Survey Findings, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble

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Though this report will deal mostly with the differences between transfers and native freshmen, their most important similarity should be mentioned first: both cohorts were new to Western; both were expected to confront unfamiliar surroundings and experiences. This basic fact is, from an administrative point of view, also one of extreme importance. The primary reason for the development of the Transitions program and for the continuing use of summer and freshmen orientation programs was to improve the University's efficiency. Numerous assessment reports have indicated that there can never be too much advising. Findings support what common sense would intuit ...


The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen For The 1994 In-Coming Class, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker Sep 1995

The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen For The 1994 In-Coming Class, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker

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Executive Summary: This report provides summaries, in the form of text, tables, and graphs, of student responses to the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) Student Information Survey for Western Washington University's 1994 in-coming frosh class. The CIRP has been used since 1966 to gather nationwide normative data on the characteristics, attitudes, values, educational achievements, and future goals of in-coming frosh, and has been used at Western since 1971. The two main sections of the report are as follows: 1) general trends, with national findings compared to those at Western; 2) an in-depth study of issues related to college financing ...


The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen For The 1993 In-Coming Class, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker Aug 1994

The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen For The 1993 In-Coming Class, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker

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Executive Summary: The following report provides written and tabular summaries of student responses to the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) Student Information Survey for Western Washington University's 1993 in-coming freshman class. The CIRP Survey is used nationwide to gather normative data on the characteristics, attitudes, values, educational achievements, and future goals of in-coming frosh, and has been used at Western since 1971. In the 1993 CIRP report, national trends and trends for institutions within Western's classification group were compared to those found at Western. Generally, while some CIRP findings at Western ran relatively parallel to those found nationally ...


The 1993 College Student Survey: A Longitudinal Study Of 1989 Cirp Participants, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble Feb 1994

The 1993 College Student Survey: A Longitudinal Study Of 1989 Cirp Participants, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble

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Executive Summary: Since 1971, Western Washington University has utilized the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) Student Information Survey to profile the characteristics, attitudes, values, educational achievements, and future goals of its in-coming freshmen. Participants in the 1989 CIRP are the focus of this report. During Spring Quarter, 1993, the OIAT sent 482 current students who had taken the CIRP survey in the Fall Quarter, 1989, College Student Surveys (CSS). Developed by the same developers of the CIRP, the Higer Education Research Institute (HERD, a part of the Graduate School of Edcuation at the University of California, Los Angeles, the CSS ...


The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen For The 1992 In-Coming Class, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker Sep 1993

The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen For The 1992 In-Coming Class, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker

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Executive Summary: The following report provides written and tabular summaries of student responses to the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) Student Information Survey for Western Washington University's 1992 in-coming freshmen class. The CIRP Survey is used nationwide to gather normative data on the characteristics, attitudes, values, educational achievements, and future goals of in-coming freshmen, and has been used at WWU since 1971. Currently, the CIRP is administered to WWU freshmen annually. The 1992 CIRP was administered to freshmen only a few months after the highly publicized Rodney King verdict, and certain responses reflected concerns with racial issues. For instance ...


The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen For The 1991 In-Coming Class, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker, Joseph E. Trimble, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney Aug 1992

The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen For The 1991 In-Coming Class, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker, Joseph E. Trimble, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney

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Results of the Freshmen (CIRP) Survey of 1991 in-coming Western class.


The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen For The 1991 Incoming Class, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker, Joseph E. Trimble Aug 1992

The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen For The 1991 Incoming Class, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker, Joseph E. Trimble

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The following report provides a tabular summary of student responses to the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) survey for Western Washington University's 1991 in-coming freshmen class. The CIRP was developed in 1966 by the American Council on Education (ACE) and the Graduate School of Education at the University of California, Los Angeles. The CIRP survey is used nationwide to gather normative data on the characteristics of first-time freshmen at American universities and colleges. In order to keep current with the changing interests and concerns of the academic community, the survey items are updated annually. In the 25 years of ...


The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen: A Comparison Of The 1985 And 1989 Incoming Classes, Tracy Thorndike-Christ, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble Apr 1991

The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen: A Comparison Of The 1985 And 1989 Incoming Classes, Tracy Thorndike-Christ, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Joseph E. Trimble

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Executive Summary: This report provides a summary of student responses to the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) survey given to Western's 1985 and 1989 incoming freshman classes. The CIRP survey is used to gather information about the characteristics, •• interests, and goals of first-time freshmen nationwide. The majority of incoming freshmen in both 1985 and 1989 were female, 18 years old, U.S. citizens, and native speakers of English. Western's 1989 freshman class was more ethnically diverse than its 1985 counterpart. The proportion of students who were Caucasian went down during this four-year period while the proportion of students ...


The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen: A Comparison Of The 1985 And 1989 In-Coming Classes, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker, Joseph E. Trimble, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Robert M. Thorndike, Tracy Thorndike-Christ Apr 1991

The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (Cirp) Survey Of Western Washington University Freshmen: A Comparison Of The 1985 And 1989 In-Coming Classes, Jacqueline M. Andrieu-Parker, Joseph E. Trimble, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Robert M. Thorndike, Tracy Thorndike-Christ

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A comparison of Freshmen (CIRP) Survey results from the 1985 and 1989 administrations.