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    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 9no. 1September 2000)
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 9no. 2October 2000)
      The previous Bulletin reported the Yield by ACT grouping. The chart below indicates the percentage of the total class and each school/college that fall into each ACT grouping. As can be seen, in Arts & Sciences and Nursing, ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 9no. 3November 2000)
      In April of 2000, all graduating undergraduates were sent the College Student Survey. Developed by the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) at UCLA as a follow-up to the Freshman Survey (CIRP), this instrument has ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 9no. 4January 2001)
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 9no. 5February 2001)
      This issue of the Bulletin examines some of the differences among the 2000 entering freshmen by college of enrollment and gender. Eight hundred eight (808) freshmen completed the survey, 92% of the entering class. Of those, ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 9no. 6March 2001)
      For this Bulletin, the Seniors who completed the College Student Survey last Spring are grouped by majors into 7 different academic “divisions”. While 41 seniors did not indicate their major field of study, 544 (93%) can ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 10no. 1September 2001)
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 10no. 2October 2001)
      The data below indicates Yield Percentages (the number of students enrolled compared to the number accepted) over a six-year period in various categories. While there was a decrease in acceptances (and applications) from ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 10no. 3November 2001)
      In April of 2001, all graduating undergraduates were sent the College Student Survey. Developed by the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) at UCLA as a follow-up to the Freshman Survey (CIRP), this instrument has ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 10no. 4December 2001)
      Creighton has been participating in UCLA’s College Student Survey since it was started as a pilot survey in 1991. In looking over the 2001 results, I was interested to see where there had been changes over the years and ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 10no. 5February 2002)
      This issue of the Bulletin examines some of the differences among the 2001 entering freshmen by college of enrollment and gender. Six hundred ninety-nine (699) freshmen completed the survey, 92% of the entering class. Of ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 10no. 6March 2002)
      For this Bulletin, the Seniors who completed the College Student Survey last Spring are grouped by majors into 7 different academic “divisions”. While 112 seniors did not indicate their major field of study, 422 (79%) can ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 11no. 1September 2002)
      This is the first issue of the 2002-03 Research Bulletin! For those who are new to the undergraduate faculty, Bulletins are published between six and eight times per year and mainly report the results of survey data on ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 11no. 2October 2002)
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 11no. 3Novermber 2002)
      This issue of the Research Bulletin provides a profile of the 542 Creighton seniors who responded to the College Student Survey in 2002 , a comparison of Creighton responses to those at other private institutions about ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 11no. 4December 2002)
      As part of the services offered by the Higher Education Research Institute, responses from the Senior Survey are merged with those of the Freshman Survey to determine those students who participated in both. Of the 542 ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 11no. 5February 2003)
      This issue of the Bulletin compares the 2002 freshmen to 1) the 2001 entering Creighton freshmen and 2) a group of 2002 freshmen at other high-select private universities. Although the “college of enrollment” is somewhat ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 11no. 6March 2003)
      In this Bulletin, we will compare the responses of the 2002 Creighton seniors who completed the College Student Survey with the responses of seniors at other 4-year private universities (Biola University, Fordham, Loyola ...
    • Student Resources Research Bulletin 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 12no. 1September 2003)
      This is the first issue of the 2003--04 Research Bulletin! For those who are new to the undergraduate faculty, Bulletins are published between six and eight times per year and mainly report the results of survey data on ...
    • News from Institutional Research 

      (Institutional Research Office, vol. 12no. 2October 2003)