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C. Characteristics of Undergraduate Students

Cumberland County College enrolls a diverse student population. In Fall 2013 for example, 62.3 percent of the headcount enrollment in credit courses was comprised of female students. The Fall 2013 enrollment included 50.7 percent of students from under-represented populations: 27.2 percent Hispanic, and 22.3 percent African American/Black.

Headcount enrollment decreased by 1 percent over the previous Fall semester.

29.7 percent of the total number of recent high school graduates in the county enrolled at Cumberland County College. During the past several years, information has been compiled concerning the number of students needing remediation in the skill areas of English, reading, mathematics and algebra. All of these characteristics are reported in the sections below.


2. Enrollment in Remediation Courses by Subject Area

Cumberland County College uses Accuplacer© for testing and placement of entering degree seeking students. The total number of students tested and needing remediation in at least one skill area in Fall 2013 is shown in the tables below.

Total Number of Undergraduate Enrolled in Fall 2013 and Number Enrolled in One or More Remedial Courses

Total Undergraduate Enrollment
Number of Students Enrolled in One or More Remedial Courses
Percent Total
3,919
950
24.2%


Total Number of First-time Full-time (FTFT) Students Enrolled in One or More Remedial Courses in Fall 2013

Total Number of FTFT Students
Number of FTFT Students Enrolled in One or More Remedial Courses
Percent of FTFT Enrolled in One or More Remedial Courses
 
797
372
46.7%


First-Time Full Time Students (FTFT) Enrolled in Remediation in Fall 2013 by Subject Area
Subject Area
Number of FTFT Enrolled in:
Percent of all FTFT Enrolled in:
Computation
246
30.9%
Algebra
39
4.9%
Reading
0
0%
Writing (included in English)
0
0.0%
English
257
32.2%


3a. Race/Ethnicity - Fall 2013
Full-Time
Part-Time
Total
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
White
1053
45.1%
788
49.7%
1841
47.0%
Black
522
22.4%
352
22.2%
874
22.3%
Hispanic
685
29.3%
382
24.1%
1067
27.2%
Asian*
35
1.5%
38
2.4%
73
1.9%
American Indian
30
1.3%
18
1.1%
48
1.2%
Non-Res.Alien
2
0.1%
2
0.1%
4
0.1%
Unknown*
8
0.3%
4
0.3%
12
0.3%
Total
2,335
100.0%
1,584
100.0%
3,919
100.0%


* Note: Asian includes Pacific Islanders and Unknown includes 2 or more races.

3b. Gender - Fall 2013
Characteristics
Fall 2012
Number
Percent
Full-time Male
964
41.3%
Full-time Female
1371
58.7%
 
Part-time Male
513
32.4%
Part-time Female
1071
67.6%
Total Male
1477
37.7%
Total Female
2442
62.3%
Total
3919
100%

3c. Enrollment by Age - Fall 2013
Age Breakdown
Full-Time
Part-Time
Total
Age Category
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Less than 18
22
0.9%
2
0.1%
24
0.6%
18-19
900
38.5%
136
8.6%
1036
26.4%
20-21
584
25.0%
292
18.4%
876
22.4%
22-24
296
12.7%
315
19.9%
611
15.6%
25-29
204
8.7%
284
17.9%
488
12.5%
30-34
134
5.7%
182
11.5%
316
8.1%
35-39
82
3.5%
129
8.1%
211
5.4%
40-49
78
3.3%
147
9.3%
225
5.7%
50-64
33
1.4%
82
5.2%
115
2.9%
65+
2
0.1%
14
0.9%
16
0.4%
Unknown
0
0%
1
0.1%
1
0%
Total
2335
100%
1584
100%
3919
100%


4. Number of Students Receiving Financial Assistance under each Federal-, State- & Institution-Funded Aid Program - FY 2013
Recipients Dollars($) $/Recipient
FEDERAL PROGRAMS
Pell Grants 2,583 8,916,000 3,451.80
College Work Study 108 89,000 824.07
Perkins Loans 0 0 -
SEOG 319 79,000 247.65
PLUS Loans 5 47,000 9,400.00
Stafford Loans (Subsidized) 797 2,318,000 2,908.41
Stafford Loans (Unsubsidized) 859 3,340,000 3,888.24
SMART &ACG or Other 27 22,000 814.81
STATE PROGRAMS
Tuition Aid Grant (TAG) 1,138 1,626,000 1,428.82
Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) 148 195,000 1,317.57
Outstanding Scholars (OSRP) 0 0 -
Distinguished Scholars 0 0 -
Urban Scholars 4 4,000 1,000.00
NJ STARS 110 315,000 2,863.64
NJCLASS Loan 2 12,000 6,000.00
INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAMS
Grants/Scholarships 382 459,000 1,201.57
Loans 0 0 -

Source: NJIPEDS Form #41 Student Financial Aid Report
5. State of Residence

Number and Percentage of First-Time Full-Time Undergraduate Students who were State Residents in Fall 2013
State Residents Non-State Residents Total % State Resident
797* 0 797 100.00%

Source: IPEDS Fall Enrollment Survey
* Corrected 3/10/15




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