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CSU Origin of Fall Term Enrollment


Fall 1994

January 1995

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  • Office of the Chancellor
  • Division of Analytic Studies
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  • Long Beach, California 90802-4210

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Explanatory Notes

1. This report is based on the Student Enrollment File (ERSS) of the Enrollment Reporting System.

2. The census date for this report is the close of the third week of instruction for campuses on a quarter system and the fourth week of instruction for campuses on a semester system. Enrollments are in terms of the net number of students actively enrolled on the census date.

3. Undergraduate student level classification is determined by the number of accumulated semester or quarter credit hours. A graduate student holds an acceptable baccalaureate or its equivalent and has been enrolled in a graduate degree program. A postbaccalaureate student holds an acceptable baccalaureate or its equivalent and is not enrolled in a graduate degree program.

4. The citizenship definition is based on codes which indicate whether or not a student is a citizen of the USA, and is not related to fee status (tables labeled noncitizen enrollment).

5. The resident status for noncitizens defines:

Visa status includes noncitizens who are attending the CSU on a student "F" visa, an exchange visitor "J" visa, and other "O" visa. Some visa students, such as diplomats and dependents pay resident fees.

Resident alien status includes immigrants (applied for and received form I-151 "green card").

Refugees

6. For students who have been classified as California residents, the geographic origin of the student is the California county of residence at the time of application to the CSU. For citizens of the USA who are nonresidents of California for fee purposes, the geographic origin of the student is the state or possession in which the student resided at the time of application. For noncitizens who also are nonresident students (based on fee status), the geographic origin is the country of citizenship.




CSU Origin of Fall Term Enrollment, Fall 1994

Table of Contents

TOTAL CSU ENROLLMENT

1.Total Enrollment by Citizenship Status by Campus & Sex, Fall 1994

Residence of Total Enrollment, All Levels

2. Summary, Systemwide from Fall 1975

3. Summary By Campus and Sex, Fall 1994

4. Residence of Total Enrollment by Campus, Fall 1994

Residence of Undergraduate Students

5. Summary by Campus and Sex, Fall 1994

6. By Campus, Fall 1994

Residence of Postbaccalaureate and Graduate Students

7. Summary by Campus and Sex, Fall 1994

8. By Campus, Fall 1994

NONCITIZEN STUDENTS BY:

9. Citizenship Status and Sex, Number and Percent, Systemwide, from Fall 1980

10. Rank of Campus by Noncitizen Enrollment, Number and Percent, Fall 1994

11. Enrollment by Major Division, Citizenship Status, and Sex, All Levels, Systemwide, Fall 1994

12. Source Countries by Citizenship Status, Systemwide, Fall 1994

13. Top Fifteen Source Countries, Number and Percent of Total Noncitizens, Systemwide, from 1984

14. Source Countries of Noncitizen Students by Campus, Fall 1994

15. Undergraduate Noncitizen Students by Source Country and Campus, Fall 1994

16. Postbaccalaureate and Graduate Noncitizen Students by Source Country and Campus, Fall 1994


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