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This report presents information on the residence and migration of first-time freshmen for the State of Hawaii for the Fall 1996 semester. The information presented is for first-time freshmen only. The first-time freshmen population discussed in this report is divided into three groups: (1) those residents of Hawaii who chose to main in the State to attend either a University of Hawaii (UH) campus or private degree-granting institution; (2) those Hawaii residents who chose to leave the State to enroll in institutions on the U.S. mainland; and (3) those first-time freshmen who came to Hawaii from other states or from foreign countries. Information is further broken down by type of institution attended: public versus private and four-year versus two-year. Findings show that UH seems to be the first choice for most Hawaii-resident first-time freshmen. The vast majority of students in-migrating to Hawaii attend private rather than public UH institutions. In contrast, slightly more than half of out-migrating students attended private institutions. The percentage of Hawaii resident first-time freshmen remaining in the state and proportion of first-time freshmen enrolled in the state who are Hawaii residents have declined since 1992. Overall, 21.9% more students left Hawaii than entered. Appendices include lists of U.S. mainland institutions with ten or more Hawaii resident first-time freshmen enrolled in Fall 1996, as well as lists of the 50 states with the number of Hawaii-resident first-time freshmen enrolled in each state. (JJL)

Descriptors: College Attendance, College Choice, College Freshmen, Community Colleges, Enrollment, High School Graduates, Higher Education, In State Students, Out of State Students, Place of Residence, State Universities, Student Mobility, Tables (Data)

Web site: http://www.hawaii.edu/iro/









Author: Hawaii Univ., Honolulu.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=12570&id=ED433075



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