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Statistics on Student Drop Out Rates

 

Statistics on Student Drop Out Rates

 

Pie Chart: “Reasons Cited Amongst The 19% of 4 Yr College Undergrads Who Dropped Out”

38% Financial pressure

28% Academic disqualification

4% Distance from home

5% Health problem

3% Mental / emotional issues

9% Family support

13% Poor social fit

 

Bar Graph: “Borrowers More likely to enroll Full Time and Less Likely to Work Full” Time

(source National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education)

 

Enrolled Full Time

Borrowers who dropped out- 79%

Non-borrowers who dropped out- 51%

 

Worked Full Time

Borrowers who dropped out- 23%

Non-borrowers who dropped out- 40%

 

Bar Graph : “Four Year Student Credit Card Debtors Working Part or Full Time”

Student Credit Card Debtor Working Part Time-- 65%

Student Credit Card Debtor Working Full Time-- 19%

 

“Four Year Student with No Debt Working Part or Full Time”

Student with No Debt Working Part Time --48%

Student with No Debt Working Full Time --11%

 

Survey conducted 4 th quarter 2006 in a survey of 14,500 students at fifteen colleges by Duck9 . Error margin +/- 2%.

 

 

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