The Student Body Of The College

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INTRODUCTION The Dean of Students at Faber College has asked me to create a profile of the student body so that the college has a clear understanding of the characteristics of its student body. As a sophomore majoring in Metro-Urban Studies, I am completing a statistic analysis course to learn and explore the skills that are used and practiced by statisticians. The purpose of this report is to document my findings after an overview of the student body of the college. I am a neutral party to the college and have no bias to the information that I have worked with and provided. The following information provided is a description of the work that I have done along with conclusions. PURPOSE I was luckily provided with a generous amount of…show more content…
For the first two questions that were focused on were asked so that you would be able to get a better idea of where students are living. I wanted to tell you if there should be a push for students to live on-campus or if students should venture off of campus for housing. The third question was asked in order to allow you to better serve the current students of your college. If there is a gap among racial and ethnic groups, in terms of cumulative GPA, would it be beneficial to target those with a low GPA with more help, so these groups have an equal chance of doing well throughout their college career? ASSESSMENT OF THE DATA Faber College has a total of 1,719 full time day students. There are a total of 861 (50.08%) females and 858 (49.91%) males. The data shows that there are a total of 155 (9.02%) Asian students, 193 (11.23%) Black, 107 (6.22%) Hispanic, 23 (1.34%) American Indian, 92 (5.35%) Multi-Racial, 4 (0.23%) Native Hawaiian, 868 (50.49%) White, and 277 (16.11%) Unknown. 392 (22.80%) of the students participate in athletics, and 1327 (77.20%) students do not participate in athletics. There are 120 (6.98%) of students who take part in the honors program, and there are 847 (49.27%) of students who live on-campus, and 872 (50.73%) students who live off-campus. The data was made up of a random sample of 150 Faber College day students. The data recorded was each student’s gender they identified with, ethnicity, class level, high school GPA,
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