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First-Year Student Surveys
Summary of Question Items

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Background Characteristics Educational Intent and Interests
Preparing for College Student Organizations
Applying to NC State Musical Interests
New Student Orientation Technical Capabilities
Paying for College Knowledge, Skills, and Personal Development and Goals
Employment


Background Characteristics Fall
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Father/Male guardian level of education G2a G2a 22_1 21_1 23_1 23_1 23 23 23 23 23 22 23 24 30  
Mother/Female guardian level of education G2b G2b 22_2 21_2 23_2 23_2 23 23 23 23 23 22 23 24 30  
Parent/Guardian's Income G7 G6 26 25 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 25 26 28 20 21
Number in household G8 G7 27 26 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 26 27 29 21 22
Number of other dependents in college G9 G8 28 27 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 27 28 30 22 23
Number of dependent children                           31 23 24
Age of dependent children                           32 24 25
Area lived in during high school G3 G3 29 28 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 28 29 33 25 26
Veteran status G4                              
Religious Preference E6 E6 19 18 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 21 22 15 15
Legally Blind               20_1 20_1 20_1 20_1 19_1 20_1 21_1 26_1 27_1
Mobility Impairment               20_2 20_2 20_2 20_2 19_2 20_2 21_2 26_2 27_2
Traumatic Head Injury               20_3 20_3 20_3 20_3 19_3 20_3 21_3 26_3 27_3
Hard of Hearing/Deaf               20_4 20_4 20_4 20_4 19_4 20_4 21_4 26_4 27_4
Learning Disability/ADD               20_5 20_5 20_5 20_5 19_5 20_5 21_5 26_5 27_5
Psychological               20_6 20_6 20_6 20_6 19_6 20_6 21_6 26_6 27_6
Other Disability               20_7 20_7 20_7 20_7 19_7 20_7 21_7 26_7 27_7
Member of GLB community G5 G4                            
Member of transgender community G6 G5                            
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Preparing for College Fall
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Preparation by high school C1a C1a 10 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 10 10    
Preparation by self C1b C1b 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11    
Participated in Educational Talent Search E4_1 E4_1 21_1 20_1                        
Participated in Upward Bound E4_2 E4_2 21_2 20_2                        
Participated in GEAR UP E4_3 E4_3                            
Participated in Early College E4_4 E4_4                            
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Applying to NC State Fall
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Number of colleges applied to A1 A1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Factors influencing decision to attend:                                
     Academic reputation A4a A4a 5_1 4_1 5_1 5_1 5_1 5_1 5_1 5_1 5_1 4_1 5_1 4_1 2_1 2_1
     Cost A4b A4b 5_2 4_2 5_2 5_2 5_2 5_2 5_2 5_2 5_2 4_2 5_2 4_2 2_2 2_2
     Location A4c A4c 5_3 4_3 5_3 5_3 5_3 5_3 5_3 5_3 5_3 4_3 5_3 4_3 2_3 2_3
     Size A4d A4d 5_4 4_4 5_4 5_4 5_4 5_4 5_4 5_4 5_4 4_4 5_4 4_4 2_4 2_4
     Availability of program A4e A4e 5_5 4_5 5_5 5_5 5_5 5_5 5_5 5_5 5_5 4_5 5_5 4_5 2_5 2_5
     Recommended A4f A4f 5_6 4_6 5_6 5_6 5_6 5_6 5_6 5_6 5_6 4_6 5_6 4_6 2_6 2_6
     Number of hours transferred A4g A4g 5_7 4_7 5_7 5_7 5_7 5_7 5_7 5_7 5_7 4_7 5_7 4_7 2_7 2_7
     Level of suport for intended major A4h A4h 5_8 4_8 5_8 5_8 5_8 5_8 5_8 5_8 5_8 4_8 5_8 4_8 2_8 2_8
     Facilities and resources A4i A4i 5_9 4_9 5_9 5_9 5_9 5_9 5_9 5_9 5_9 4_9 5_9 4_9 2_9 2_9
     Scholarships/financial aid A4j A4j 5_10 4_10 5_10 5_10 5_10 5_10 5_10 5_10 5_10 4_10 5_10 4_10 2_10 2_10
     Pack Promise Program A4k A4k 5_11                          
     Campus visit A4l A4l 5_12 4_11 5_11 5_11 5_11 5_11 5_11 5_11 5_11 4_11 5_11 4_11 2_11 2_11
     Contact with current student A4m A4m 5_13 4_12 5_12 5_12 5_12 5_12 5_12 5_12 5_12 4_12 5_12 4_12 2_13 2_13
     Contact with faculty or staff A4n A4n 5_14 4_13 5_13 5_13 5_13 5_13 5_13 5_13 5_13 4_13 5_13 4_13 2_12* 2_12*
     Contact with a graduate A4o A4o 5_15 4_14 5_14 5_14 5_14 5_14 5_14 5_14 5_14 4_14 5_14 4_14    
     Letter from someone outside Admissions A4p A4p 5_16 4_15 5_15 5_15 5_15 5_15 5_15 5_15 5_15 4_15 5_15 4_15    
     Attendance at a College Fair A4q A4q 5_17 4_16 5_16 5_16 5_16 5_16 5_16 5_16 5_16 4_16 5_16 4_16 2_14 2_14
     Publications from NC State A4r A4r 5_18 4_17 5_17 5_17 5_17 5_17 5_17 5_17 5_17 4_17 5_17 4_17 2_15 2_15
     Extracurricular opportunities A4s A4s 5_19 4_18 5_18 5_18 5_18 5_18 5_18 5_18 5_18 4_18 5_18 4_18 2_16 2_16
     FYC A4t A4t 5_20 4_19 5_19 5_19 5_19 5_19 5_19 5_19 5_19 4_19 4* 6*    
     Campus recreation programs A4u A4u 5_21 4_20 5_20 5_20 5_20                  
     Carmichael Complex facilities A4v A4v                            
     Other A4w A4w 5_22 4_21 5_21 5_21 5_21 5_20 5_20 5_20 5_20 4_20 5_19 4_19 2_17 2_17
Most influential factor in decision to attend A5 A5 6 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 6 5 3 3
NC State as first choice in colleges to attend A6 A6                            
Application Process Fall
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Rate Virtual Advising Center Web site A8 A8 4   4 4 4 4 4 4 4          
Rate university admissions process A7a A7a 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7    
Rate departmental admissions process A7b A7b 8 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 8 8    
Received call from faculty or staff after applying to NC State A2a A2a 2_1 2_1 2_1 2_1 2_1 2_1 2_1 2_1 2_1 2_1 2_1 2_1 4_1 4_1
Received call from student after applying to NC State A2b A2b 2_2 2_2 2_2 2_2 2_2 2_2 2_2 2_2 2_2 2_2 2_2 2_2 4_2 4_2
Received call from graduate after applying to NC State A2c A2c 2_3 2_3 2_3 2_3 2_3 2_3 2_3 2_3 2_3 2_3 2_3 2_3 4_3 4_3
Received letter from outside Admissions after applying to NC State A3 A3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3    
Personal contact a positive factor in decision to enroll                             5 5
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New Student Orientation Fall
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Advising session at orientation helped plan fall schedule D1a D1                            
Info/advice from college/dept prior to orientation helped me plan schedule D1b D1b                            
Advising sessions at NSO provided answers to academic questions D2                              
Satisfaction with attention received during college/dept advising period D3 D2                            
Usefulness of NSO information: How academic advising works D4a D3a                            
Usefulness of NSO information: Academic requirements D4b D3b                            
Usefulness of NSO information: Resources to help you get involved on campus D4c D3c                            
Usefulness of NSO information: Safety and security on campus D4d D3d                            
Usefulness of NSO information: Technology resources on campus D4e D3e                            
Usefulness of NSO information: How to use the MyPack Portal to register for classes D4f D3f                            
Usefulness of NSO information: Interacting with faculty and staff at NC State D4g D3g                            
Orientation made clear university expectation for respect and civility D5 D4                            
Info received during orientation helped me feel better prepared for first semester D6 D5                            
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Paying for College Fall
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Source to cover expenses: Family resources B1a B1a                            
Source to cover expenses: Own resources B1b B1b                            
Source to cover expenses: Aid that does not need to be repaid B1c B1c                            
Source to cover expenses: Aid that needs to be repaid B1d B1d                            
Source to cover expenses: Other B1e B1e                            
Submit FAFSA B2 B2                            
Satisfaction with university financial aid process B4 B4 9 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 9 9    
Receiving financial aid     24 23 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 23 24 26    
Receiving academic-based aid B3a B3a 25_1 24_1 27_1 27_1 27_1 27_1 27_1 27_1 27_1 24_1 25_1 27_1 19_1 20_1
Receiving financial need-based aid B3b B3b 25_2 24_2 27_2 27_2 27_2 27_2 27_2 27_2 27_2 24_2 25_2 27_3 19_2 20_3
Receiving federal or state loans B3c B3c                            
Receiving athletic-based aid B3d B3d 25_3 24_3 27_3 27_3 27_3 27_3 27_3 27_3 27_3 24_3 25_3 27_2 19_3 20_2
Receiving veterans/ROTC/Private scholarship/grant B3e B3e                            
Receiving private loan B3f B3f                            
Receiving other aid B3g B3g 25_5 24_5 27_5 27_5 27_5 27_5 27_5 27_5 27_5 24_5 25_5 27_5 19_5 20_4
No financial aid at all B3h B3h                            
Receiving other aid (dance, music, etc.) aid     25_4 24_4 27_4 27_4 27_4 27_4 27_4 27_4 27_4 24_4 25_4 27_4 19_4  
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First semester employment/hours     30 29 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 29 30 34 27 28
Hours intend to work/week on campus during first year G10a G9a                            
Hours intend to work/week off campus during first year G10b G9b                            
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Educational Intent and Interests Fall
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Certainty of major C3 C3 12 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 6 6
Primary goal/objective for attending NC State C2 C2 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 7 7
Plan to enroll in ROTC                             14 14
Foreign language study beyond requirement                           25 18 19
Highest level of education planned G1 G1 14 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 14* 14* 8* 8*
Expected lifetime education                           39*    
Intended time to complete degree G11       15 15 15 15 15 15 15 14 15 15 9 9
Post-graduation employment G12 G10 31 30 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 30 31 36 29 29
First semester course load         16 16 16 16 16 16 16 15 16 16 10 10
Intended course work during the late afternoon and evening hours                           17 11 11
Reasons for less than 15 hrs. first semester     15 14 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 16 17 35 28  
Reasons would leave before receiving degree                           41    
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Student Government E1_1 E1_1 20_1 19_1 22_1 22_1 22_1 22_1 22_1 22_1 22_1 21_1 22_1 18_1 12_1 12_1
Student Judicial Board E1_2 E1_2 20_2 19_2 22_2 22_2 22_2 22_7 22_7 22_7 22_7 21_7 22_7 18_7 12_7  
Residence Hall Council E1_3 E1_3 20_3 19_3 22_3 22_3 22_3 22_20 22_20 22_20 22_20 21_20 22_20      
Student Leadership Development Program E1_4 E1_4 20_4 19_4 22_4 22_4 22_4 22_6 22_6 22_6 22_6 21_6 22_6 18_6 12_6 12_6
Co-op (Cooperative Education) program E1_5 E1_5 20_5 19_5 22_5 22_5 22_5 22_5 22_5 22_5 22_5 21_5 22_5 18_5 12_5 12_5
Study Abroad/National Student Exchange E1_6 E1_6 20_6 19_6 22_6 22_6 22_6 22_18 22_18 22_18 22_18 21_18 22_18 18_18 12_18 12_17
Volunteer Services E1_7 E1_7 20_7 19_7 22_7 22_7 22_7 22_4 22_4 22_4 22_4 21_4 22_4 18_4 12_4 12_4
ROTC E1_8 E1_8 20_8 19_8 22_8 22_8 22_8 22_17 22_17 22_17 22_17 21_17 22_17 18_17 12_17 12_7
Club Sports E1_9 E1_9 20_9 19_9 22_9 22_9 22_9 22_12 22_12 22_12 22_12 21_12 22_12 18_12 12_12 12_12
Fitness E1_10 E1_10 20_10 19_10 22_10 22_10 22_10 22_9 22_9 22_9 22_9 21_9 22_9 18_9 12_9 12_9
Indoor Recreation E1_11 E1_11 20_11 19_11 22_11 22_11 22_11 22_10 22_10 22_10 22_10 21_10 22_10 18_10 12_10 12_10
Intramurals E1_12 E1_12 20_12 19_12 22_12 22_12 22_12 22_11 22_11 22_11 22_11 21_11 22_11 18_11 12_11 12_11
Outdoor Recreation E1_13 E1_13 20_13 19_13 22_13 22_13 22_13 22_14 22_14 22_14 22_14 21_14 22_14 18_14 12_14 12_13
Social Fraternity/Sorority E1_14 E1_14 20_14 19_14 22_14 22_14 22_14 22_3 22_3 22_3 22_3 21_3 22_3 18_3 12_3 12_3
Student Media/Publications E1_15 E1_15 20_15 19_15 22_15 22_15 22_15 22_2 22_2 22_2 22_2 21_2 22_2 18_2 12_2 12_2
Union Activities Board programs/activities E1_16 E1_16 20_16 19_16 22_16 22_16 22_16 22_19 22_19 22_19 22_19 21_19 22_19 18_19 12_19  
Multicultural/Diversity programs/activities E1_17 E1_17 20_17 19_17 22_17 22_17 22_17                  
Gender issues E1_18 E1_18 20_18 19_18 22_18 22_18 22_18 22_27 22_27 22_27 22_27 21_27 22_27 18_26 12_26 12_26
GLBT programs/activities E1_19 E1_19                            
Healthy lifestyle issues E1_20 E1_20 20_19 19_19 22_19 22_19 22_19 22_15 22_15 22_15 22_15 21_15 22_15 18_15 12_15 12_15
Planning programs and services for children and families E1_21 E1_21 20_20 19_20 22_20 22_20 22_20 22_26 22_26 22_26 22_26 21_26 22_26 18_25 12_25 12_25
The Crafts Center programs/classes E1_22 E1_22 20_21 19_21 22_21 22_21 22_21 22_21 22_21 22_21 22_21 21_21 22_21 18_20 12_20 12_20
Music E1_23 E1_23 20_22 19_22 22_22 22_22 22_22 22_8 22_8 22_8 22_8 21_8 22_8 18_8 12_8 12_8
Attending art exhibitions E1_24 E1_24 20_23 19_23 22_23 22_23 22_23 22_24 22_24 22_24 22_24 21_24 22_24 18_23 12_23 12_22
Theater participation as artist E1_25 E1_25 20_24 19_24 22_24 22_24 22_24 22_23 22_23 22_23 22_23 21_23 22_23 18_22 12_22  
Theater participation as audience E1_26 E1_26 20_25 19_25 22_25 22_25 22_25 22_22 22_22 22_22 22_22 21_22 22_22 18_21 12_21  
Student Dance Companies E1_27 E1_27 20_26 19_26 22_26 22_26 22_26 22_16 22_16 22_16 22_16 21_16 22_16 18_16 12_16 12_16
Pre-Law services/planning E1_28 E1_28 20_27 19_27 22_27                      
Organizations/clubs relating to your major E1_29                              
Informal Recreation               22_13 22_13 22_13 22_13 21_13 22_13 18_13 12_13 12_14
International student programs                               12_18
African-American programs                               12_19
College Bowl                               12_24
Theater                               12_21
Selecting Performing Arts attractions               22_25 22_25 22_25 22_25 21_25 22_25 18_24 12_24 12_23
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Alpha Omega E5_1 E5_1                            
Anno Domini E5_2 E5_2                            
Bridges International E5_3 E5_3                            
Brooks Campus Ministry E5_4 E5_4                            
Campus Christian Fellowship E5_5 E5_5                            
Campus Crusade for Christ E5_6 E5_6                            
Campus Outreach Raleigh E5_7 E5_7                            
Charisma Campus Ministry E5_8 E5_8                            
Christians on Campus E5_9 E5_9                            
East Triangle Church Campus Ministry E5_10 E5_10                            
Grace Mission Ministries Manna E5_11 E5_11                            
Greek Impact E5_12 E5_12                            
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship E5_13 E5_13                            
Islam and Dialogue Student Association E5_14 E5_14                            
Life Changers College Ministry E5_15 E5_15                            
Providence College Ministry E5_16 E5_16                            
Self Knowledge Symposium E5_17 E5_17                            
The Lordís Generation E5_18 E5_18                            
The Navigators E5_19 E5_19                            
Uninhibited Praise E5_20 E5_20                            
United Student Fellowship Christian Ministry E5_21 E5_21                            
University Bible Fellowship E5_22 E5_22                            
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Play any musical instrument E2 E2 17 16 19 19 19                  
Play Violin/Viola               19_1 19_1 19_1 19_1 18_1 19_1 20_1 16_1 16_3, 4
Play Cello/Double Bass               19_2 19_2 19_2 19_2 18_2 19_2 20_2 16_2 16_1, 2
Play Flute/Piccolo               19_3 19_3 19_3 19_3 18_3 19_3 20_3 16_3  
Play Oboe/Bassoon               19_4 19_4 19_4 19_4 18_4 19_4 20_4 16_4 16_5, 6
Play Clarinet/Saxophone               19_5 19_5 19_5 19_5 18_5 19_5 20_5 16_5  
Play French Horn/trumpet/Cornet               19_6 19_6 19_6 19_6 18_6 19_6 20_6 16_6 16_7
Play Trombone/Baritone/Euphonium/Tuba               19_7 19_7 19_7 19_7 18_7 19_7 20_7 16_7  
Play Tympani/Mallet/Percussion               19_8 19_8 19_8 19_8 18_8 19_8 20_8 16_8 16_9, 10
Play Bagpipes               19_9 19_9 19_9 19_9 18_9 19_9 20_9 16_9 16_8
Recent participation in choral group E3 E3 18 17 20 20 20                  
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Own a computer F1 F1 23 22 24 24 24 24 24 24 24          
Connection to the Internet         25 25 25 25 25 25 25          
Access Internet via handheld mobile device F2a F2a                            
Check email via handheld mobile device F2b F2b                            
Text messaging via handheld mobile device F2c F2c                            
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Knowledge, Skills, and Personal Development

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Fall
01
Fall
00
Fall
99
Fall
98
Fall
97
Fall
96
Fall
95
Writing skills C4_1 C4_1 16_1 15_2 18_2 18_2 18_2 18_2 18_2 18_2 18_2 17_2 18_2 23_2 17_2 18_2
Speaking skills C4_2 C4_2 16_2 15_3 18_3 18_3 18_3 18_3 18_3 18_3 18_3 17_3 18_3 23_3 17_3 18_3
Listening skills C4_3 C4_3 16_3 15_4 18_4 18_4 18_4 18_4 18_4 18_4 18_4 17_4 18_4 23_4 17_4 18_4
Comprehension skills C4_4 C4_4 16_4 15_5 18_5 18_5 18_5 18_5 18_5 18_5 18_5 17_5 18_5 23_5 17_5 18_5
Ability to apply mathematical skills C4_5 C4_5 16_5 15_6 18_6 18_6 18_6 18_6 18_6 18_6 18_6 17_6 18_6 23_6 17_6 18_6
Understanding how science and technology influence life C4_6 C4_6 16_6 15_7 18_7 18_7 18_7 18_7 18_7 18_7 18_7 17_7 18_7 23_7 17_7 18_7
Ability to apply scientific principles C4_7 C4_7 16_7 15_8 18_8 18_8 18_8 18_8 18_8 18_8 18_8 17_8 18_8 23_8 17_8 18_8
Developing computer skills C4_8 C4_8 16_8 15_9 18_9 18_9 18_9 18_9 18_9 18_9 18_9 17_9 18_9 23_9 17_9 18_9
Logical reasoning skills C4_9 C4_9 16_9                          
Ability to adapt to changing technologies C4_10 C4_10 16_10                          
Ability to critically analyze events, information and ideas C4_11 C4_11 16_11 15_10 18_10 18_10 18_10 18_10 18_10 18_10 18_10 17_10 18_10 23_10 17_10 18_10
Using books, journals, articles for research C4_12 C4_12 16_12                          
Problem-solving skills C4_13 C4_13 16_13                          
Ability to plan and carry out projects independently C4_14 C4_14 15_14 15_11 18_11 18_11 18_11 18_11 18_11 18_11 18_11 17_11 18_11 23_11 17_11 18_11
Understanding diverse cultures and values C4_15 C4_15 16_15 15_12 18_12 18_12 18_12 18_12 18_12 18_12 18_12 17_12 18_12 23_12 17_12 18_12
Acquiring a broad general education     16_16 15_1 18_1 18_1 18_1 18_1 18_1 18_1 18_1 17_1 18_1 23_1 17_1 18_1
Personal Development: Fall
10
Fall
09
Fall
08
Fall
07
Fall
06
Fall
05
Fall
04
Fall
03
Fall
02
Fall
01
Fall
00
Fall
99
Fall
98
Fall
97
Fall
96
Fall
95
Recognizing and acting upon ethical principles C4_16 C4_16 16_19 15_15 18_15 18_15 18_15 18_15 18_15 18_15 18_15 17_15 18_15 23_15 17_15 18_15
Lead or guide others C4_17 C4_17 16_20 15_16 18_16 18_16 18_16 18_16 18_16 18_16 18_16 17_16 18_16 23_16 17_16 18_16
Ability to function as part of a team C4_18 C4_18 16_21 15_17 18_17 18_17 18_17 18_17 18_17 18_17 18_17 17_17 18_17 23_17 17_17 18_17
Organize steps to complete group project C4_19 C4_19 16_22                          
Take initiative to make improvements in my work C4_20 C4_20 16_23                          
Exercising public responsibility and community service C4_21 C4_21 16_24 15_18 18_18 18_18 18_18 18_18 18_18 18_18 18_18 17_18 18_18 23_18 17_18 18_18
Maintaining active/healthy lifestyle C4_22 C4_22 16_26 15_20 18_20 18_20 18_20 18_20 18_20 18_20 18_20 17_20 18_20 23_20 17_20 18_20
Personal growth C4_23 C4_23                            
Having self-confidence C4_24 C4_24 16_27 15_21 18_21 18_21 18_21 18_21 18_21 18_21 18_21 17_21 18_21 23_21 17_21 18_21
Ability to handle stress C4_25 C4_25 16_32 15_26 18_26 18_26 18_26 18_26 18_26 18_26 18_26 17_26 18_26 23_26 17_26 18_26
Time management C4_26 C4_26 16_33 15_27 18_27 18_27 18_27 18_27 18_27 18_27 18_27 17_27 18_27 23_27 17_27 18_27
Self-discipline C4_27 C4_27 16_34 15_28 18_28 18_28 18_28 18_28 18_28 18_28 18_28 17_28 18_28 23_28 17_28 18_28
Taking responsibility for my own behavior     16_17 15_13 18_13 18_13 18_13 18_13 18_13 18_13 18_13 17_13 18_13 23_13 17_13 18_13
Viewing learning as a lifelong process     16_18 15_14 18_14 18_14 18_14 18_14 18_14 18_14 18_14 17_14 18_14 23_14 17_14 18_14
Understanding my own abilities and interests     16_25 15_19 18_19 18_19 18_19 18_19 18_19 18_19 18_19 17_19 18_19 23_19 17_19 18_19
Realizing my potential for success     16_28 15_22 18_22 18_22 18_22 18_22 18_22 18_22 18_22 17_22 18_22 23_22 17_22 18_22
Sense of personal identity     16_29 15_23 18_23 18_23 18_23 18_23 18_23 18_23 18_23 17_23 18_23 23_23 17_23 18_23
Coping with change     16_30 15_24 18_24 18_24 18_24 18_24 18_24 18_24 18_24 17_24 18_24 23_24 17_24 18_24
Being independent and self-reliant     16_31 15_25 18_25 18_25 18_25 18_25 18_25 18_25 18_25 17_25 18_25 23_25 17_25 18_25
World View: Fall
10
Fall
09
Fall
08
Fall
07
Fall
06
Fall
05
Fall
04
Fall
03
Fall
02
Fall
01
Fall
00
Fall
99
Fall
98
Fall
97
Fall
96
Fall
95
Understanding issues and problems facing the world C4_28 C4_28 16_35 15_29 18_29 18_29 18_29 18_29 18_29 18_29 18_29 17_29 18_29 23_29 17_29 18_29
Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds C4_29 C4_29 16_37 15_31 18_31 18_31 18_31 18_31 18_31 18_31 18_31 17_31 18_31 23_31 17_31 18_31
Developing a tolerance for divergent views C4_30 C4_30 16_39 15_33 18_33 18_33 18_33 18_33 18_33 18_33 18_33 17_33 18_33 23_33 17_33 18_33
Valuing gender equity C4_31 C4_31 16_40 15_34 18_34 18_34 18_34 18_34 18_34 18_34 18_34 17_34 18_34 23_34 17_34 18_34
Valuing racial equity C4_32 C4_32 16_41 15_35 18_35 18_35 18_35 18_35 18_35 18_35 18_35 17_35 18_35 23_35 17_35 18_35
Understanding the present as it relates to history C4_33 C4_33 16_36 15_30 18_30 18_30 18_30 18_30 18_30 18_30 18_30 17_30 18_30 23_30 17_30 18_30
Appreciation of the arts, music, literature C4_34 C4_34 16_38 15_32 18_32 18_32 18_32 18_32 18_32 18_32 18_32 17_32 18_32 23_32 17_32 18_32
*Respondents were asked to rate 1) current level of development; and 2) importance.
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Posted: October, 2001
Last update: August, 2011

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