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UND 2000 CIRP New Freshmen Survey
The number of new freshmen enrolled at the University of North Dakota in the Fall Semester of 2000 totaled 1,837. While participating in "Getting Started" during the summer of 2000, 65% of the students completed the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) survey (APPENDIX A).
CIRP is a national study of the American higher education system sponsored by the American Council on Education and administered by the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles. The findings of the study are given in APPENDIX B, with comparative nationally formed data for public universities. Below is a discussion of some of the 2000 findings comparing UND 2000 freshmen with their national counterparts.
The goal of this analysis is to provide insights into the significant benefits that UND education offers to its students.
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