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Cds 2009-10

sunmachinesunmachine Registered User Posts: 824 Member
edited February 2010 in Colorado College
CC recently posted the CDS for the class entering last fall: Common Data Set

It's in an Excel spreadsheet, though, and I can't figure out how to navigate from the first section to the part with SAT scores, etc. The site says to use the "bookmark tab" but I don't see one.

The new class has even less racial/ethnic diversity than the previous one, with the total of AA, Hisp., Asian, and NA students falling from 20% to 11.2%. This at a time when everyone else is trying to boost diversity. What's up with that?
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Replies to: Cds 2009-10

  • tk21769tk21769 Registered User Posts: 10,584 Senior Member
    sunmachine, have you tried readjusting your window size to see if that makes the tabs appear at the bottom?
  • sunmachinesunmachine Registered User Posts: 824 Member
  • 07DAD07DAD Registered User Posts: 5,169 Senior Member
    2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 5 yr av.

    Nonresident Aliens 4/ 9/ 18/ 27/ 18/ 15.2

    Black, non-Hispanic 18/ 10/ 11/ 9/ 12/ 12.0

    American In 5/ 3/ 3/ 6/ 6/ 4.6

    Asian 23/ 22/ 34/ 45/ 35/ 31.8

    Hispanic 38/ 36/ 29/ 50/ 26/ 35.8

    unknown 12/ 18/ 16/ 19/ 13/ 15.6

    TOTAL in class 469 492 524 550 526

    It seems to be a little different on a 5 year basis. 2009 has the 2nd highest # of each catagory (except Hispanic, unknown and Am Indian) in the 5 year time under consideration.
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