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OMB - 1840-0750 approved August 2001 The Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995: The Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 says that no one is required to respond to a collection of information unless it displays a valid OMB control number, which for this form is 1840-0750. The time required to complete this information collection is estimated to average 45 hours. If you have comments about this estimate or suggestions for improving this form, please write to: U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC 20202-4651

Institution Information: Name: Address: Web site address: For Report Contact: Name: Title: Address: E-mail address: Phone number: Fax number: Reporting Information: Beginning and ending dates of reporting year: Date report submitted:

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DISTANCE EDUCATION DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM ANNUAL REPORTING FORM FOR PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS All institutions, consortia, and systems participating in the Distance Education Demonstration Program are required to file annual reports. Those participants who are members of a consortium or system should submit institutional reports to the consortium or system of which they are a part. Consortia or systems will compile the information and submit an aggregated report to the Department. The reporting year is July 1 to June 30 of each year of the Demonstration Program. These data are to reflect the most recent reporting period ended June 30. Reports are due September 30th of the applicable year. In the context of the Distance Education Demonstration Program, “distance education” is defined as an educational process that is characterized by the separation, in time or place, between instructor and student. Such term may include courses offered principally through the use of: (1) television, audio, or computer transmission, such as open broadcast, closed circuit, cable, microwave, or satellite transmission; (2) audio or computer conferencing; (3) video cassettes or discs; or (4) correspondence. The term “onsite” includes courses or programs offered either on campus or at a site off campus where the instructor and the students are physically present at the same time for regularly scheduled classes. Collection of Baseline Data All participants are required to provide baseline data for comparison with first year results. Participants joining the Program

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as part of the second round on July 1, 2001 must submit baseline data items as of June 30, 2001 for the year 2000-2001. The deadline for submission of baseline data for this group of participants is December 15, 2001. First round participants were required to submit baseline data by December 15, 1999. The data elements correspond to the following items in this annual report form: Items 1A through 1D (number of and enrollment in, distance education and on-site courses and programs) Items 2A through 2C (technological characteristics of distance education courses) Items 3A through 3B (support services provided for students in distance education programs or courses) Items 4A through 4C (characteristics of student body or an on-site comparison group - see Section 4) Item 5 (enrollment, retention, and completion outcomes for distance education students and the student body as a whole or an on-site comparison group - see Section 4) Items 6A through 6B (student survey) Items 7A through 7C (cost of attendance for distance education and on-site courses) Annual Reporting Requirements All participants are required to report annually on all the data elements listed above, and on Item 8 (performance against goals) and Item 9 (waivers). The deadline for submission of annual reports is September 30 of the applicable year. The reporting year is July 1 to June 30 of each year of the Demonstration Program. Instructions for Using this Data Collection Format There is a total of thirteen worksheets in this data collection file. Please download and save this file to your hard drive. Keep this disk as your backup copy. This file is in Microsoft Excel 97. If you need a different version, please let us know. The Department will provide other versions.

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Each worksheet is formatted to print properly. Please do not change the "Page Setup" or the format. Changing the format of the file will create printing as well as other problems. Before collecting data, please print a hard copy for your reference. To print a copy of this data collection form, select "File", then select "Print", and then select "Entire Workbook" under "Print What". In order to facilitate reporting the data and information required, the Department has created a data collection form using Microsoft Excel. This form should be used both by individual institutional participants, systems and consortia. It is required by the Department that the annual reporting form be submitted in Excel format. Instructions for completing the form are clearly stated at the beginning of each section. In order to minimize the burden of collecting the information, the Department has structured its data collection around the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) requirements. Submission of Data All data collection form must be submitted electronically in EXCEL format via email. Please send your complete form to the following email address: DistanceDemo@ed.gov.

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1. Distance Education Courses and Programs Within the fields of study specified in this reporting form, a “course” is defined as a unit of instruction focused on a specific subject area and listed in the institution’s catalog for which a student earns academic credit toward a certificate or degree. A “program” is a sequence of courses leading to a general or occupationally-related credential. The term does not apply to a major, but rather to a combination of courses (which may include those required for a major) linked to a specific type of academic award. Please submit a copy of a catalog describing the distance education programs and course offerings in each field of study and indicating the certificate or degree credentials awarded for successful completion of a program. Also include a copy of the course schedule for each term of the reporting year. The categorization of fields of study in this data collection form is extracted from the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP). The CIP is the Department's standard educational program classification system. The CIP is used in the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) data collection; IPEDS is a system of surveys designed to collect data from all primary providers of postsecondary education. For a complete listing of all CIP codes, please refer to the website: http://members.mint.net/lifework/cip90.html. Institutions, consortia, and systems participating in the Distance Education Demonstration Program should be already following the IPEDS reporting requirements using the CIP system. For the Distance Education Demonstration Program Annual Reporting, we are requiring institutions, consortia, and systems to classify courses and programs into fields using the two-digit CIP codes. For example, in the field of study for "Business", include Business Management and Administrative Services (CIP two-digit code 52), Marketing Operations/Marketing and Distribution (CIP two-digit code 08), and Personal and Miscellaneous Services (CIP two-digit code 12). The complete breakdown of the fields by the two-digit CIP codes are as follows:

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Agriculture and Natural Resources 01. Agricultural Business and Production 02. Agricultural Sciences 03. Conservation and Renewable Natural Resources Business 52. Business Management and Administrative Services 08. Marketing Operations/Marketing and Distribution 12. Personal and Miscellaneous Services Computer/Information Sciences 11. Computer and Information Sciences Education 13. Education Engineering 14. Engineering 15. Engineering--Related Technologies 46. Construction Trades 47. Mechanics and Repairers Health Professions and Related Sciences 51. Health Professions and Related Sciences

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Humanities 05. Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies 16. Foreign Languages and Literatures 23. English Language and Literature/Letters 38. Philosophy and Religion 39. Theological Studies and Religious Vocations 50. Visual and Performing Arts Liberal/General Studies 24. Liberal Arts and sciences, General Studies and Humanities Library and Information Sciences 25. Library Science Mathematics 27. Mathematics Physical and Biological Sciences 26. Biological Sciences, Life Sciences 40. Physical Sciences Social Sciences, Psychology 42. Psychology 45. Social Sciences and History

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All Others 04. Architecture and Related Programs 09. Communications 10. Communications Technologies 19. Home Economics, General 20. Vocational Home Economics 22. Law and Legal Studies 29. Military Technologies 30. Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies 31. Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies 41. Science Technologies 43. Protective Services 44. Public Administration and Services 48. Precision Production Trades 49. Transportation and Materials Moving Workers 1A-B. Please provide the number of courses (#CS) and total enrollment (TE) in each field of study according to degree/ certificate program, reporting separately for those courses offered through distance education and those offered onsite. If a course is offered through distance education but includes some percentage of work onsite, such as a certain number of hours in a laboratory on-campus, count the course as offered at a distance. Similarly, if a course is offered onsite, but includes some component of work at a distance, count the course as offered onsite. Do not include data on any non-credit bearing courses. For the number of distance and onsite courses in each field of study, report the sum of all such courses with different catalog numbers that were offered during the reporting year. If a course had multiple sections, or if it was offered during more than one term, count it as only one course. However, if a course if

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offered in two different types of format (distance education and onsite), count it as two courses - one in distance education course and the other in onsite course. For total enrollment in courses, report the sum of the total course enrollments during the reporting year July 1 - June 30th. Since most students take more than one course, the total enrollment is expected to include duplicated counts. Table 1A: Number of Distance Education Courses and Total Enrollment
Distance Education Courses CERTIFICATE Field of Study (CIP two-digit code) Agriculture & Nat Resources (01,02,03) Business (52,08,12) Computer and Information Sciences (11) Education (13) Engineering (14,15,46,47) Health Prof & Related Sciences (51) Humanities (05,16,23,38,39,50) Liberal/General Studies (24) Library and Information Sciences (25) Mathematics (27) Physical & Biological Sciences (26,40) Social Sciences, Psychology (42,45) Vocational/Technical Fields (Specify CIP) Other (specify CIP) # CS TE ASSOCIATE # CS TE BACHELOR'S # CS TE GRADUATE # CS TE TOTAL # CS TE

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Table 1B: Number of Onsite Courses and Total Enrollment
Onsite Courses CERTIFICATE Field of Study (CIP two-digit code) Agriculture & Nat Resources (01,02,03) Business (52,08,12) Computer and Information Sciences (11) Education (13) Engineering (14,15,46,47) Health Prof & Related Sciences (51) Humanities (05,16,23,38,39,50) Liberal/General Studies (24) Library and Information Sciences (25) Mathematics (27) Physical & Biological Sciences (26,40) Social Sicences, Psychology (42,45) Vocational/Tech Fields (specify CIP) Other (specify CIP) Total # CS TE ASSOCIATE # CS TE BACHELOR'S # CS TE GRADUATE # CS TE TOTAL # CS TE

1C-E. Please provide the number of programs (#PROG) and total enrollment (TE) in each field of study, reporting separately for programs offered at each level as well as the total. Report separately for those programs offered through distance education, those offered onsite, and those offered in both distance education and onsite formats. For total enrollment, report the sum of the total enrollments in all programs as of June 30th of the reporting year. In this section,

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students can be "undeclared" for their field of study. Please report "undeclared" students in "Undeclared". Since students typically enroll in only one program, the total enrollment is expected to include unduplicated headcounts. Table 1C: Number of Distance Education Programs and Total Enrollment
Distance Education Programs CERTIFICATE Field of Study (CIP two-digit code) Agriculture & Nat Resources (01,02,03) Business (52,08,12) Computer and Information Sciences(11) Education (13) Engineering (14,15,6,47) Health Prof & Related Sciences (51) Humanities (05,16,23,38,39,50) Liberal/General Studies (24) Library and Information Sciences (25) Mathematics (27) Social Sciences, Psychology (42,45) Vocational/Tech Fields (specify CIP) Other (specify CIP) Undeclared Total # PROG TE ASSOCIATE # PROG TE BACHELOR'S # PROG TE GRADUATE # PROG TE TOTAL # PROG TE

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Table 1D: Number of Onsite Programs and Total Enrollment
Onsite Programs CERTIFICATE Field of Study(CIP two-digit code) Agriculture & Nat Resources(01,02,03) Business (52,08,12) Computer and Information Sciences (11) Education (13) Engineering (14,15,46,47) Health Prof & Related Sciences (51) Humanities (05,16,23,38,39,50) Liberal/General Studies (24) Library and Information Sciences (25) Physical & Biological Sciences (26,40) Social Sciences, Psychology (42,45) Vocational/Tech Fields (specify CIP) Other (specify CIP) Undeclared # PROG TE ASSOCIATE # PROG TE BACHELOR'S # PROG TE GRADUATE # PROG TE TOTAL # PROG TE

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Table 1E: Number of Programs Offered in Both Distance Education and Onsite Formats and Total Enrollments
Programs Offered Both Onsite and By Distance Education CERTIFICATE Field of Study (CIP two-digit code) Agriculture & Nat Resources (01,02,03) Business (52,08,12) Computer and Information Sciences (11) Education (13) Engineering (14,15,46,47) Health Prof & Related Sciences (51) Humanities (05,16,23,38,39,50) Liberal/General Studies (24) Library and Information Sciences (25) Physical & Biological Sciences (26,40) Social Sciences, Psychology (42,45) Vocational/Tech Fields (specify CIP) Other (specify CIP) Undeclared # PROG TE ASSOCIATE # PROG TE BACHELOR'S # PROG TE GRADUATE # PROG TE TOTAL # PROG TE

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2. Methods of Delivery of Distance Education Courses
For credit-bearing distance courses in each field of study, please estimate the total number of section(s) each technology is used in each field. The different delivery methods are: 1. Video: Two-way video with two-way audio (e.g., two-way interactive video, non-Internet) 2. Video: One-way video with two-way audio (non-Internet) 3. TV Broadcast: TV broadcast (Includes cable transmission) using one-way prerecorded video 4. TV Broadcast: TV broadcast (Includes cable transmission) using one-way live video 5. Prerecorded: Prerecorded videotapes sent to students 6. Prerecorded: Prerecorded audio tapes sent to students 7. Audio: Two-way audio transmission (e.g., audio/phone conferencing) 8. Audio: One-way audio (e.g., radio broadcast) 9. Internet Courses: Internet courses using synchronous (e.g., simultaneous or real time) computer-based instruction (e.g., interactive computer conferencing or interactive relay chat) 10. Internet Courses: Internet courses using asynchronous computer-based instruction (e.g., E-mail, listservs, and most World Wide Web-based courses) 11. CD-ROM 12. Correspondence 13. Other 2A. Please provide information for technologies currently used to deliver distance education courses as total number of section(s). In cases where more than one technology is used, report under the category of the primary technology.

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Table 2A: Methods of Delivery Currently Used to Deliver Distance Education Courses (total number of sections)
Delivery Method Video Field of Study Agriculture & Nat Resources(01,02,03) Business (52,08,12) Computer and Information Sciences (11) Education (13) Engineering (14,15,46,47) Health Prof & Related Sciences (51) Humanities (05,16,23,38,39,50) Liberal/General Studies (24) Library and Information Sciences (25) Mathematics (27) Physical & Biological Sciences (26,40) Social Sciences, Psychology (42,45) Vocational/Technical Fields (specify CIP) Other (specify CIP)
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2B. Please provide information for technologies planned for implementation within the next three years as total number of sections. If you plan to offer a course via different technologies, each version of the course would be considered a different section. Table 2B: Methods of Delivery Planned for Implementation within the Next Three Years (total number of sections)
Delivery Method Video Field of Study Agriculture & Nat Resources ((01,02,03) Business (52,08,12) Computer and Information Sciences (11) Education (13) Engineering (14,15,46,47) Health Prof & related Sciences (51) Humanities (05,16,23,38,39,50) Liberal/General Studies (24) Library and Information Sciences (25) Mathematics (27) Physical & Biological Sciences (26,40) Social Sciences, Psychology (42,45) Vocational/Technical Fields (specify CIP) Other (specify CIP)
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2C. In any field or fields of study, does the technology used to deliver basic courses generally differ from that used to deliver advanced courses, or are different technologies typically used for undergraduate and graduate programs? If so, please explain and describe these differences, and state the field or fields to which they apply.

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3. Interaction Opportunities and Support Services Provided for Distance Education Programs/Courses 3A. For enrolled students in distance education programs and courses, please indicate the range of support services in some distance format in each of the following categories and indicate whether they are available to all distance education students, and the means by which they are delivered (e.g. phone, email, web). Do not include services that are provided only on-campus. Table 3A: Range of Support Services Provided to Distance Education Students
Type of Service Not Available Technical assistance available to individual students Available To Some To All Delivery Method(s)

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Library resources

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3B. Please describe the opportunities provided for student/faculty and student/student interaction in credit-bearing distance education programs/courses and the means by which these opportunities are supplied (e.g. through live or asynchronous chat rooms, or through face-to-face contact among students at remote learning sites).

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4. Student Characteristics Note: Completion will require coordination among Institutional Research, Financial Aid, and Distance Education staff. In this section, please supply the information requested for all regular students enrolled at your institution between July 1 - June 30 of the reporting year. A "regular student" is a person who is enrolled at an institution for the purpose of obtaining a degree, certificate, or other recognized educational credential offered by that institution. Please supply information on the following three groups of students: (1) Students enrolled in Distance Education programs; (2) Onsite students enrolled in one or more distance education courses; and (3) Onsite students not enrolled in distance education courses. These three groups of students are mutually exclusive. Please do not double count. This data collection seeks to compare the characteristics of students in Distance Education programs, onsite students taking distance education courses, and onsite students. You may substitute an alternative group of onsite students for the total group if another comparison group appears more suitable. For example, if all distance education students are enrolled in teacher education programs, comparing these students to an onsite student group of students enrolled in teacher education might contribute more to understanding the differences and similarities between the two groups than comparing students in teacher education programs with the total onsite student population. If you choose to use a substitute group of onsite students, please submit a description of your plan to the Assistant Secretary for Postsecondary Education two months in advance of the due date of the report. You are asked to report on students as either part-time or full-time. If a student's attendance status varies over the fiscal year (i.e., the student is full-time one semester and part-time another semester) consider the student part-time for the fiscal year. 4A. Please supply the following characteristics for students enrolled in Distance Education programs. Include both part-time and full-time certificate/degree students.

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Table 4A: Characteristics of Students in Distance Education Programs
Female Part time Full time A. Enrollment # of Enrollment B. Age Group # 24 or under # 25-34 # 35-44 # 45-54 # 55 or older # Unknown C. Race/Ethnic Origin # American Indian or Alaskan Native # Asian or Pacific Islander # Black or African American, non-Hispanic # Hispanic or Latino # White, non-Hispanic # Race/ethnicity unknown # Non-resident alien D. Disability # Students who have identified themselves as disabled E. Home state of residence # In-state # Out-of-state # International F. Title IV Student Financial Assistance Total number receiving Title IV aid # Receiving Pell Grants # Receiving SEOG # Receiving Subsidized Loans # Receiving Unsubsidized Loans # Receiving Plus Loans # Receiving Work Study # Receiving Perkins Loans G. Non-federal Student Aid # Receiving State Grants # Receiving Institutional Aid # Receiving Others (specify) Distance Education Programs Male Part time Full time Total

4B. Please supply the following characteristics for onsite students enrolled in one or more distance education courses at your institution from July 1 to June 30. Include both part-time and full-time certificate/degree students.

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Table 4B: Characteristics of Onsite Students Enrolled in One or More Distance Education Courses
On-site Students Enrolled in Distance Education Courses Female Part time Full time A. Enrollment # of Enrollment B. Age Group # 24 or under # 25-34 # 35-44 # 45-54 # 55 or older # Unknown C. Race/Ethnic Origin # American Indian or Alaskan Native # Asian or Pacific Islander # Black or African American, non-Hispanic # Hispanic or Latino # White, non-Hispanic # Race/ethnicity unknown # Non-resident alien D. Disability # Students who have identified themselves as disabled E. Geographic Location # In-state # Out-of-state # International F. Title IV Student Financial Assistance Total number receiving Title IV aid # Receiving Pell Grants # Receiving SEOG # Receiving Subsidized Loans # Receiving Unsubsidized Loans # Receiving Plus Loans # Receiving Work Study # Receiving Perkins Loans G. Non-federal Student Aid # Receiving State Grants # Receiving Institutional Aid # Receiving Others (specify) Part time Male Full time Total

4C. Please supply the following characteristics for onsite students not enrolled in distance education courses (or an alternative cohort approved by the Secretary) at your institution from July 1 to June 30. Include both part-time and full-time students certificate/degree students. Do not include any onsite students enrolled in one or more
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Table 4C: Characteristics of Onsite Students Not Enrolled in Distance Education Courses
Onsite Programs Female Part time Full time A. Enrollment # of Enrollment B. Age Group # 24 or under # 25-34 # 35-44 # 45-54 # 55 or older # Unknown C. Race/Ethnic Origin (incl non-resident aliens) # American Indian or Alaskan Native # Asian or Pacific Ilander # Black or African American # Hispanic or Latino # White, non-Hispanic # Race/ethnicity unkown # Non-resident alien D. Disability # Students who have identified themselves as disabled E. Geographic Location # In-state # Out-of-state # International F. Title IV Student Financial Assistance Total number receiving Title IV aid # Receiving Pell Grants # Receiving SEOG # Receiving Subsidized Loans # Receiving Unsubsidized Loans # Receiving Plus Loans # Receiving Work Study # Receiving Perkins Loans G. Non-federal Student Aid # Receiving State Grants # Receiving Institutional Aid # Receiving Others (specify) Part time Male Full time Total

4D. Please provide a frequency distribution of the two-letter state abbreviation using local address for students enrolled in Distance Education programs and onsite students (or another comparison group as approved by the Secretary). Please provide this information in the Excel worksheet titled "STATE" within this data collection form.
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5. Student Outcomes In this section, please supply information on enrollment, persistence, and completion for regular students enrolled at your institution as of the start of the each reporting year (July 1 - June 30), beginning with the appropriate baseline year for your institution (1998-99 for the first group of partiticipants; 2000-2001 for the second group of participants). A "regular student" is a person who is enrolled at an institution for the purpose of obtaining a degree, certificate, or other recognized educational credential offered by that institution. Since schedules may vary for distance education courses, each institution is asked to define these groups in the way most appropriate to its situation, using categories and dates that approximate the ones provided here as closely as possible. Please supply information on the following groups of students: (1) Students enrolled in Distance Education programs who are either full-time or part-time; (2) Students enrolled in onsite programs who are either full-time or part-time (this may be drawn from the comparison group approved by the Secretary used to respond to Section 4, Student Characteristics); and (3) students enrolled in programs offered both onsite and through distance education who take courses in both formats (e.g., are physically located near an onsite location). Definition of Cohorts Cohort 1: Include only students enrolled for the first time between 7/1/98 and 6/30/99. Cohort 2: Include only students enrolled for the first time between 7/1/99 and 6/30/00. Cohort 3: Include only students enrolled for the first time between 7/1/00 and 6/30/01. Cohort 4: Include only students enrolled for the first time between 7/1/01 and 6/30/02. Cohort 5: Include only students enrolled for the first time between 7/1/02 and 6/30/03. Cohort 6: Include only students enrolled for the first time between 7/1/03 and 6/30/04. Definition of Terms Enrolled includes the number of students from the original cohort that were enrolled in the institution in the year indicated. Remaining in program includes the number of students from the original cohort that remain in the program in which they originally enrolled.

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Remaining in institution includes the number of students from the original cohort that are still in the institution, but who have changed programs. Graduated/Completed includes the number of students from the original cohort who earned certificates or degrees during during the reporting period. Previously graduated/completed is the sum of students counted in prior reporting periods who earned certificates or degrees. Percent remaining is the sum of the number of students remaining in the program and those remaining in the institution divided by the total number of students in the original cohort. The formula for calculating this is built into the spreadsheet. Percent graduated/completed is the sum of the number of students who graduated/completed in the reporting period and those who previously graduated/completed divided by the total number of students in the original cohort. The formula is built into the spreadsheet. Once the degree or certificate sought is earned, the student must no longer be tracked. If the student reenters to pursue another degree or certificate, they will reenter in another cohort. Required Reporting Data: Provide data on all applicable cohorts for each reporting period. For example, for the report due September 30, 2002 include data on number of students enrolled, persisting in the program, persisting in the institution and graduated/ completed for Cohort 4, Year 1; Cohort 3, Year 2; Cohort 2, Year 3; and Cohort 1, Year 4.

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Table 5A: Student Outcome for Distance Education Programs (in number) Cohort 1
Entering 1998-99 A-1. Enrolled A-2. Remaining in Program A-3. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining A-4. Graduated/Completed A-5. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed Year 2 (1999-2000) A-6. Enrolled A-7. Remaining in Program A-8. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining A-9. Graduated/Completed A-10. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed Year 3 (2000-2001) A-11. Enrolled. A-12. Remaining in Program A-13. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining A-14. Graduated/Completed A-15. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed Year 4 (2001-2002) A-16. Enrolled A-17. Remaining in Program A-18. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining A-19. Graduated/Completed A-20. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed Certificate

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Year 5 (2002-2003) A-21. Enrolled A-22. Remaining in Program A-23. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining A-24. Graduated/Completed A-25. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed Year 6 (2003-2004) A-26. Enrolled A-27. Remaining in Program A-28. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining A-29. Graduated/Completed A-30. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed

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Entering 1999-2000 B-1. Enrolled B-2. Remaining in Program B-3. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining B-4. Graduated/Completed B-5. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed Year 2 (2000-2001) B-6. Enrolled B-7. Remaining in Program B-8. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining B-9. Graduated/Completed B-10. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed Certificate

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Year 3 (2001-2002) B-11. Enrolled B-12. Remaining in Program B-13. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining B-14. Graduated/Completed B-15. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed Year 4 (2002-2003) B-16. Enrolled B-17. Remaining in Program B-18. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining B-19. Graduated/Completed B-20. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed Year 5 (2003-2004) B-21. Enrolled B-22. Remaining in Program B-23. Remaining in Institution Percent remaining B-24. Graduated/Completed B-25. Previously graduated/completed Percent graduated/completed

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5B. Please supply the enrollment, persistence in program, persistence within institution, and completion numbers of regular onsite education students who are either full-time or part-time in certificate/degree programs Note: only participants with distance education certificate and/or degree programs are required to complete this section. Table 5B: Student Outcome for Onsite Programs (in number) Cohort 1
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Table 5C: Student Outcome for Programs Offered Both Onsite and By Distance Education Cohort 1
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6. Student Survey Participating institutions are required to conduct an annual survey of all students (or a sample, as described below) who were enrolled in distance education courses and programs during the reporting period. The survey should include students who have completed or stopped attending as well as those who are continuing. The purpose of the survey is gather information on their reasons for participating in distance education, their demographics, and their level of satisfaction with the programs provided. Data on student satisfaction should focus on factors such as curriculum content, the educational environment, and support services provided in connection with this course work. At a minimum, the core questions specified in Student Survey: Distance Education and Student Survey: Onsite must be included in the student survey. The Student Survey: Distance Education is in worksheet titled "DE Survey". The Student Survey: Onsite is in worksheet titled "OS Survey". If you plan to survey only a sample of the student population, you must use accepted sampling methodology. In constructing surveys, schools may wish to consider what additional questions they might wish to ask to elicit different information from first-time and continuing students and also information that would be useful to them in evaluating attainment of goals they have established for the program. Two sample surveys covering the required core questions are included in the data collection form. One should be used for students enrolled in Distance Education programs. The other should be used for onsite students taking distance education course(s). Institutions should choose whichever survey questions are applicable to their distance education offerings. Participants may choose one or both of the sample surveys based on the focus of their distance education offerings. If a participant believes that one of the surveys is not suitable for their particular distance education offerings, they should request approval in advance for an alternative method of surveying from the Assistant Secretary for Postsecondary Education.

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6A-B. The data provided in the survey responses must be summarized and submitted annually to the Department, using a format that reports the responses to each item in either numeric or percentage terms, and lists all the barriers identified by students to completion. The summary of survey results must state the response rate and describe and discuss any item non-response. This may be done as a separate narrative. If appropriate, include information on sampling techniques used. Table 6A: Summary of Student Survey for Students Enrolled in Distance Education Programs
1A. Degree level of Distance Education Students # Certificate # Associate # Bachelor's # Graduate 1B. Field of Distance Education Students # Agriculture and Natural Resources # Business # Computer and Information Science # Education # Engineering # Health Professions and Related Sciences # Humanities # Liberal/General Studies # Library and Information Sciences # Mathematics # Physical and Biological Sciences # Social Sciences, Psychology # All Others # Undeclared 2. Goals for enrolling in distance education # Very Important A. Attainment of a degree or certificate B. Personal enrichment C. Preparation for advancement at current employment D. Preparation for future employment E. Preparation for additional study at the undergraduate level F. Preparation for additional study at the graduate level # Somewhat Important # Not Important

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G. Undertake course work not available at home institution H. Speed degree completion I. Other: J. Other: L. Other: M. Other: N. Other: O. Other: P. Other: Q. Other: R. Other: S. Other: 3. Reasons for enrolling in distance education as opposed to onsite # Very # Somewhat Important Important A. Program not available on-campus at home institution B. Cost of studying at a distance as opposed to on campus C. Preference for mode of delivery D. Quality of program E. Flexibility distance education provides to pursue course work at a convenient time: …..Because of work schedule F. …..Because of family responsibility G. …..Because of personal preference H. Flexibility Distance education provides to pursue course work in my home or at work place I. Disability J. Recommendation provided by students previously in the program K. Ability to complete more quickly L. Other: M. Other: N. Other: O. Other: P. Other: Q. Other: R. Other: S. Other: T. Other: 4. Alternatives to enrolling in distance education program # At another institution offering the program via distance education # At an on-site institution # Not sure # No # Not Important

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5. Student Satisfaction Level of Satisfaction Program Attributes A. Content of curriculum B. Quality of instruction C. Timeliness of feedback on academic progress D. Quality of student-faculty interaction E. Quality of student-student interaction F. Availability of technical assistance G. Quality of academic advising H. Availability of library and other learning material I. Ease of Registration J. Availability of information needed 6. Education financing % Applicable Earnings from current full-time employment Earnings from current part-time employment Employer-provided educational benefit Financial Support from Parents, Spouse, or Other Party Personal Savings State, Federal or Institutional Financial Aid Scholarships Personal Loans Resources are adequate Resources are not adequate 7. Barriers to completion of program # Required courses were not offered in a distance format # Student support services were inadequate or unsatisfactory # Distance format posed problems for learning course material # Insufficient finances # No #Other: #Other: #Other: #Other: #Other: #Other: #Other: #Other: #Other: #Other: # Very Satisfied # Mostly Satisfied # Neutral # Mostly # Very Dissatisfied Dissatisfied # No Opinion

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1A. Degree level of Onsite Students # Certificate # Associate # Bachelor's # Graduate 1B. Field of Onsite Students # Agriculture and Natural Resources # Business # Computer/information Science # Education # Engineering # Health Professions and Related Sciences # Humanities # Liberal/General Studies # Library and Information Sciences # Mathematics # Physical and Biological Sciences # Social Scineces, Psychology # All Others # Undeclared 1C. Total number of distance courses taken (includes those currently enrolled) # 1 course # 2 courses # 3 courses # 4 courses # 5 courses # 6 courses

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# 7 courses # 8 courses # 9 courses # 10 or more courses 1D. Institution of distance education courses taken/taking by onsite students # Home institution # Other institution 2. Reasons for enrolling in distance education course(s) as opposed to onsite course(s) # Very Important A. Course not available onsite at home institution B. Course not available onsite at another institution C. Cost of studying at a distance as opposed to on campus D. Preference for mode of delivery E. Quality course(s) F. Flexibility distance education provides to pursue course work at a convenient time: …..Because of work schedule G. …..Because of family responsibility H. …..Because of personal preference I. Flexibility Distance education provides to pursue course work in my home or at work place J. Disability K. Recommendation provided by students previously in the program L. Other: M. Other: N. Other: O. Other: P. Other: Q. Other: R. Other: S. Other: T. Other: U. Other: 3. Alternatives to enrolling in distance education course(s) # At home institution via on-site # At another institution via on-site # At another institution offering the program via distance education # Not sure # No # Somewhat # Not Important Important

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4. Student Satisfaction # Very Satisfied # Mostly Satisfied Level of Satisfaction # Neutral # Mostly # Very # No Dissatisfied Dissatisfied Opinion

Course(s) Attributes A. Content of curriculum B. Quality of instruction C. Timeliness of feedback on academic progress D. Quality of student-faculty interaction E. Quality of student-student interaction F. Availability of technical assistance G. Quality of academic advising H. Availability of library and other learning material I. Ease of Registration J. Availability of information needed 5. Education financing

% Applicable Earnings from current full-time employment Earning from current part-time employment Employer-provided educational benefit Financial Support from Parents, Spouse, or Other Party Personal Savings State, Federal or Institutional Financial Aid Scholarships Personal loans Resources are adequate Resources are not adequate 6. Barriers to completion of course(s) # Distance format posed problems for learning course material # Support services were inadequate or unsatisfactory # No # Other: # Other: # Other: # Other: # Other: # Other: # Other: # Other: # Other: # Other: 7. Response rate % Responded

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7. Cost of Attendance 7A. Please describe your methodology for calculating costs for distance education programs, including costs of tuition and fees, technology, living expenses, etc. In addition, please attach the section of your catalog describing these costs in this report.

7B. Does your institution charge different tuition and/or fees to regular students in distance education courses compared to regular students in comparable courses that are provided on-site? If yes, please describe your institution’s tuition policies.

7C. Does your institution calculate cost of attendance differently for distance students and on-site students? If yes, please explain your institution’s policies regarding cost of attendance, including living expenses, technology costs, and the costs of books and supplies.

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8. Performance Against Goals On a separate report, please describe your institution's experience with distance education thus far. State the extent to which the goals identified in your application have been achieved or the extent to which progress has been made toward achieving them. For each of the qualitative and quantitative measures included in your application, report appropriate data for the year prior to participation in the Distance Education Demonstration Program if available and for each successive year.

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9. Waivers Are there statutory or regulatory requirements for which your institution did not receive a waiver under this program that present difficulties for your distance education students or for your distance education programs? If so, please describe these requirements, and explain why they pose problems.

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Table 4D: Two-Letter State Abbreviations for Distance Education Students and Onsite Students
Distance Education State Abbreviation # of Students State Abbreviation Onsite # of Students

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Student Survey (DE): Required Questions for Students Enrolled in Distance Education Programs
1A. Please check the degree level of your program. Certificate Associate Bachelor's Graduate 1B. Please check the field of program in which you are enrolled. Agriculture and Natural Resources Business Computer/Information Science Education Engineering Health Professions and Related Sciences Humanities Liberal/General Studies Library and Information Sciences Mathematics Physical and Biological Sciences Social Sciences, Psychology All Others Undeclared 2. Please indicate your goals for enrolling in the distance education program. Attainment of a degree or certificate Personal enrichment Preparation for advancement at current employment Preparation for future employment Preparation for additional study at the undergraduate level Preparation for additional study at the graduate level Undertake course work not available at home institution Speed degree completion Other (specify) Other (specify) Very Important Somewhat Important Not Important

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3. Please indicate the reasons in choosing to enroll in a distance education program as opposed to enroll in on-site program. Program not available on-site at home institution Ability to complete program more quickly Cost Preference for mode of delivery Quality of program Flexibility distance education provides to pursue course work at a convenient time: …..Because of work schedule …..Because of family responsibility …..Because of personal preference Flexibility distance education provides to pursue course work in my home or at work place Disability Recommendation provided by students previously in the program Other (specify) Other (specify) Other (specify) 4. If the program in which you enrolled had not been available via distance education, would you have pursued some other alternative for earning a degree or certificate? Yes, at another institution offering the program via distance education Yes, at an on-campus site Not sure No 5. Rate your satisfaction with each of the following. For each item, place a check mark in the most appropriate column. Program Attributes A. Content of curriculum B. Quality of instruction C. Timeliness of feedback on academic progress D. Quality of studentfaculty interaction Very Satisfied Mostly Satisfied Level of Satisfaction Neutral Mostly Dissatisfied Very Dissatisfied No Opinion Very Important Somewhat Important Very Important

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E. Quality of studentstudent interaction F. Availability of technical assistance G. Quality of academic advising H. Availability of library and other learning materials I. Ease of Registration J. Availability of information needed

6. How are you financing your education including direct educational expenses and living expenses? Check all applicable categories. Applicable _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________

Current earnings from your full-time employment Current earnings from your part-time employment Employer-provided educational benefit (i.e., tuition assistance) Financial Support from Parents, Spouse, or Other Party Personal Savings State, Federal or Institutional Financial Aid Scholarships Personal loans Are these resources adequate? ________________Yes ________________No

7. Are there reasons why you might not be able to complete the program in which you enrolled?

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Required courses were not offered in a distance format Student support services were inadequate or unsatisfactory Distance format posed problems for learning course material Insufficient finances No Other (specify)_________________________________ 8. How would you describe the area where you live? Urban Suburban Rural

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Student Survey (OS): Required Questions for On-Site Students Enrolled in One or More Distance Education Courses
1A. Please check the degree level of your program. Certificate Associate Bachelor's Graduate 1B.Please check the field of program in which you are enrolled. Agriculture and Natural Resources Business Computer/Information Science Education Engineering Health Professions and Related Sciences Humanities Liberal/General Studies Library and Information Sciences Mathematics Physical and Biological Sciences Social Sciences, Psychology All Others Undeclared 1C. What is the total number of distance education courses that you have taken (includes those you are currently taking)? 1D. Where are you taking distance education course(s) at? Check all that apply. Home Institution Other Institution

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1E.Please check the field(s) of distance course(s) in which you took and are currently taking. Agriculture and Natural Resources Business Computer/Information Science Education Engineering Health Professions and Related Sciences Humanities Liberal/General Studies Library and Information Sciences Mathematics Physical and Biological Sciences Social/Behavior Sciences All Others 2. Please indicate the reasons in choosing to enroll in distance education course(s) as opposed to enroll in on-site course(s). Very Important Somewhat Important Course not available on-site at home institution Course not available on-site at another institution Ability to complete course(s) more quickly Cost Preference for mode of delivery Quality of course(s) Flexibility distance education provides to pursue course work at a convenient time: …..Because of work schedule …..Because of family responsibility …..Because of personal preference Flexibility of Distance education provides to pursue course work in my home or work place Disability Recommendation provided by students previously in the program Other (specify) Other (specify) Other (specify)

Not Important

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3. If the course(s) in which you enrolled had not been available via distance education, would you have pursued some other alternative? Yes, at home institution via on-site Yes, at another institution via on-site Yes, at another institution offering the course via distance education Not sure No 4. Rate your satisfaction with each of the following with respect to distance course(s). For each item, place a check mark in the most appropriate column. Level of Satisfaction Course Attributes A. Content of course(s) B. Quality of instruction C. Timeliness of feedback on academic progress D. Quality of studentfaculty interaction E. Quality of studentstudent interaction F. Availability of technical assistance G. Quality of academic advising H. Availability of library and other learning materials I. Ease of Registration J. Availability of information needed Very Satisfied Mostly Satisfied Neutral Mostly Dissatisfied Very Dissatisfied No Opinion

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5. How are you financing your education including direct educational expenses and living expenses? Check all applicable categories. Applicable Current earnings from your full-time employment Current earnings from your part-time employment Employer-provided educational benefit (I.e., tuition assistance) Financial Support from Parents, Spouse, or Other Party Personal Savings State, Federal or Institutional Financial Aid Scholarships Personal loans Are these resources adequate? ________________Yes ________________No 6. Are there reasons why you might not be able to complete the course(s) in which you enrolled? Distance format posed problems for learning course material Support services were inadequate or unsatisfactory No Other (specify)_________________________________ ________________

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