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Demographic

N

%

Male Female Total

1,976 3,145 5,121

38% 61% 100%

African American Asian/Pacific Islander Latino/Hispanic White Other Total

604 1,136 509 2,472 426 5,147

12% 22% 10% 48% 8% 100%

MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching

Vol. 6, No. 1, March 2010

17

22%

12

22%

17

38%

59

78%

43

78%

28

62%

76

100%

55

100%

45

100%

OSS

OSS

OSS

No OSS

Successful

Unsuccessful

Drop

7

9%

17

31%

13

29%

18

24%

9

16%

9

20%

10

13%

6

11%

6

13%

37

49%

15

27%

14

31%

4

5%

8

15%

3

7%

76

100%

55

100%

45

100%

Ethnicity

comparable to the rate of sections offered. Only did the OSS Unsuccessful students not make transfer- level courses as high a priority.

%

N

Table 2: Gender and Ethnicity by Research Group

N Gender

%

N%

OSS

OSS

OSS

No OSS

Successful

Unsuccessful

Drop

Table 3: Age and Residence by Research Group

2,396

40%

51

47%

30

42%

29

50%

1,777

30%

25

23%

22

31%

17

29%

1,754

30%

33

30%

20

28%

12

21%

5,927

100%

109

100%

72

100%

58

100%

Age at term Because a student’s age at term increases each year, the total number may be greater than the

number of subjects in each category.

<25 25-35 36+ Total

Residence at term

Far from college

3,008

57%

31

39%

28

46%

16

33%

Total

5,248

100%

80

100%

61

100%

49

100%

Because some students move between or during terms, the total number may be greater than the

number of subjects in each category.

Near college

ZIP code that is adjacent to or the same as the college ZIP code

2,240

43%

49

61%

33

54%

33

67%

93

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