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Oregon State University. Cooperative Institutional Research Program : 2005 freshman survey results

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  • Since 1966 the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) at the University of California—Los Angeles has annually administered the Cooperative Institutional Research Program’s Freshman Survey (CIRP) nationally. The CIRP Freshman Survey data is regarded as the most comprehensive source of information on college students and serves as a resource for researchers in higher education around the globe (Sax, Astin, Lindholm, Korn, Saenz, & Mahoney, 2003). Given to entering students at colleges and universities across the country the CIRP is the longest standing research in the nation on student’s attitudes, beliefs, and plans. This year, 289,452 first year students were surveyed at 440 participating institutions. The CIRP Freshman Survey posed questions covering a broad array of issues relevant to colleges and universities and the students attending them. In addition to demographic characteristics, CIRP asked questions concerning students’ college expectations, high school experiences, degree and career goals, finances, reasons for attending college, and beliefs, attitudes and values.
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