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Institutional Research Bulletin v5 n1-4 1997

The "Institutional Research Bulletin" is a collection of research summaries relating to Kapi'olani Community College (KCC) in Hawaii. Highlights for the 1997 volume (February-October) include: (1) spring 1997 enrollment summary, grouped by demographics and major; (2) comparison of English 100 and English 160 as pre-requisites for writing-intensive courses--students from vocationally-oriented English 160 did not do as well in writing-intensive courses as students from academically-oriented English 100; (3) enrollment composition by registration status--60.6% continuing, 17.4% first time; 16.7% transfer; 5.3% returning; (4) faculty survey on writing classes and workshops; (5) academic performance of service learning (SL) students--SL students had higher overall GPA; (6) survey of faculty on proposed Faculty Support Center; (7) survey of faculty and staff on campus knowledge of disability laws; (8) fall 1997 enrollment summary, grouped by demographics and major; (9) retention, completion and persistence of fall 1996 pre-college students; (10) expansion in the pre-education program, fall 1994 to fall 1996; (11) KCC Information Technology (KITE) student computer use survey--62 percent of respondents used computers for course-related activities; (12) summer session tuition and enrollment patterns, 1994 to 1997; and (13) fall 1997 survey of student interest inventory. (RDG)

Descriptors: Bulletins, Community Colleges, Educational Change, Educational Finance, Enrollment, Institutional Characteristics, Institutional Research, Newsletters, Outcomes of Education, Program Evaluation, Research Reports, Self Evaluation (Groups), Two Year Colleges

Author: Abou-Sayf, Frank, Ed.


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