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OPE Campus Security Statistics Provides a direct link to reported criminal offenses for over 6000 colleges and universities in the United States. If you are thinking of attending college in a large urban city, a small liberal arts college, a specialized college, or a community college you can find their security statistics here.
From State & Local Sourcebook, an overview of education statistics on a variety of topics including educational attainment and technology in the schools.
College Enrollment in Connecticut Through the 1990s Analysis of enrollment statistics and trends and the demographic factors influencing them.
CT Collegiate Enrollments - Ethnic Breakdown The Connecticut Department of Higher Education provides a database containing Headcount enrollments for all Connecticut. Institutions of Higher Education, from 1990/91 - present. By using the search engine, it is possible to produce an Enrollment Report that contains the following information: Institution name, Student Classification, Grand Total, Total Men, Total Women, Total Minorities, Total Non-minorities. By checking the detail box, the report will also break down the enrollment by ethnic grouping.
CT Collegiate Enrollments - Headcount and Full Time Equivalency The Connecticut Department of Higher Education provides a database containing Headcount and Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) enrollments for all Connecticut Institutions of Higher Education from 1980/81 - present. By using the search engine, it is possible to produce an Enrollment Report that contains the following information: Institution name, College Type, Total Enrollment for Year, and total for the query. It is possible to select Headcount enrollment or Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) enrollment or both Headcount and FTE for one year, a selection of years, or for all years covered.
Connecticut Degrees and Certificates: Trends and Comparisons with Workforce Demands for the 1990s Connecticut's degree-production put into a national context. Highlights degrees granted in Software and Information Technology, and Biosciences, two of Connecticut's economic development clusters.
Prepared by the Government Information and Reference Services Unit, page revised 12/2008.