General Notes for Table II-5 data

 

A number of schools were unable to supply information on their in-state/in province and out-of-state/out-of province status of their students, instead reporting the information as “NA.” In some cases, the numbers in these tables for those schools were taken from the data reported by them for Table II-1. Although total percentages for these tables have been calculated, the number of schools who have a sizable proportion of their students in the “NA” column may distort the percentages. Thus some caution should be taken when using those figures.

 

When reviewing the data provided in the II-5 tables, the following comments provided by individual schools should be considered.

 

Catholic

In-State refers to residents of the District of Columbia, Maryland, and other states, who take classes on campus at a high rate of tuition as part-time students. Out-of-State refers to residents of Virginia who may take classes at the Virginia who may take classes at the Virginia sites at a low rater of tuition as part-time students.

Dominican

College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, Minnesota is a joint program with Dominican University’s GSLIS. Out of state is outside Illinois and outside Minnesota.

Pittsburgh

Data not available.

St. John’s

Out-of-state includes international students.

Syracuse

Data not available.

Toronto

Not available values reflect continuing students while in-state/province and out-of-state/province reflect new students.

Western Ontario

Data not available.

 

 

 

Table II-5-a

In-State/In-Province and Out-Of-State/Out-of-Province Students*

Fall 2003

 

Program

In-State/

In-Province

Out-of-State/

Out-of-Province

NA

Total Number

Number

Percent

Number

Percent

Number

Percent

Bachelor's

1,803

61.8%

325

11.1%

789

27.1%

2,917

Master’s – LS (ALA-Accredited)

12,706

75.3%

3,258

19.3%

202

28.5%

16,876

Masters – IS

604

54.2%

170

15.3%

340

30.5%

1,114

Master's – Other

378

53.2%

130

18.3%

202

28.5%

710

Post-Master's

205

82.3%

30

12.0%

14

5.6%

249

Doctoral

400

44.0%

316

34.7%

204

21.3%

920

Total

16,096

70.6%

4,229

18.6%

2,461

10.8%

22,786

 

          When interpreting the data from this table, please note that not all schools that offered these degree programs were able to report the in-state/out-of-state status of their students. Refer to the tables that follow for each program level for specific information on which schools were not included.

 


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