SUCCESS OF STUDENTS IN DEVELOPMENTAL COURSES

Applies to Four-Year Institutions except MUSC

Directions:

All four-year post-secondary institutions shall report the number and percent of students enrolled in developmental courses and the number of students exiting such courses and successfully completing the entry-level course (for which the developmental preparation was intended).

For purposes of counting students who exit developmental courses and successfully complete the appropriate entry level course, a student enrolled in more than one developmental course and completing more than one entry level course should be counted once for each developmental course he/she exits and once for each entry level course he/she completes. Appropriate entry-level courses for which successful completion is determined will be defined by the developmental instructor as the course for which the student is being prepared.

Number of first-time, full-time entering freshmen enrolled in Fall 1997 (include first-time freshmen who enrolled either part-time or full-time in the Summer 1997 if they returned full-time in the Fall 1997)

Item (1)

 

 

Number of those students who were enrolled in one or more developmental courses in Summer or Fall 1997

Item (2)

 

Number of those students in each developmental course who successfully completed the appropriate entry level course by the end of Spring 1999.

Item (3)

601

228

210

 

Breakdown of Items (2 and 3)

List below the developmental courses taught in Summer and Fall 1997 (combine all sections for each course). For each course indicate the number of students included in item (2) above who enrolled, the number who completed the course, and the number who successfully completed the entry level course by the end of Spring Semester 1999.

Course Description (symbol, number, title)

 

Total Enrollment

 

Number Exiting

Number Completing Entry-Level Course

E 100

42

40

35

M 100

167

153

125

R 101

64

60

50

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