Resegregation at A&M, 1994-2003

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Enrollment Ratios 2000-2004
for Texas A&M University
by

Race/Ethnicity & Gender
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First Time Student Ratios by

Gender / Race / Ethnicity
(Fall Semester)

Category 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Total 6,685 6,760 6,949 6,726 7,068
Female 3,497 (52.3%) 3,476 (51.4%) 3,665 (52.7%) 3,532 ( 52.5%) 3,643 ( 51.5%)
Male 3,188 (47.7%)

3,284 (48.6%) 3,284 (47.3%)

3,194 ( 47.5%) 3,425 ( 48.5%)

White 5,389 (80.6%

)

5,544 (82.0%) 5,758 (82.9%

)

5,538 (82.3%) 5,640 (79.8%

)

Black 173

(2.6%)

198 (2.9%) 182 (2.6%

)

158 (2.3%) 213 (3.0%)

Hispanic 669 (10.0%

)

674 (10.0%) 664 (9.6%)

692 (10.3%) 865 (12.2%)
Asian/Pacifc Island 251 (3.8%

)

222 (3.3%) 230 (3.3%)

234 (3.5%) 267 (3.8%)
Am. Indian 35 (0.5%)

37 (0.5%) 27 (0.4%) 27 (0.4%) 38 (0.5%)
International 47 (0.7%) 48 (0.7%) 56 (0.8%) 67

(1.0%)

40 (0.6%)
Other 121 (1.8%) 37

(0.5%)

32 (0.5%) 10 ( 0.1%

)

5 ( 0.1%)
Source OISP/ep/F2000

(p.76)

OISP/ep/F2001

(p.67)

OISP/ep/F2002

(p.80)

OISP/ep/F2003

(p.82)

OISP/ep/F2004

(p.95)

Note: Between 1994 and 1998, the ratio of:

–Black first time students fell steadily from 4.8% to 2.7%

–Hispanic first-time students

peaked at 14.7% then fell to 9.1%

–White first-time students increased steadily from 76.3% to

82.0%

Source: OPIR/ip/Profile98(p.8)

Okay maybe we’d like to see a second thing: systematic reporting of enrollment

ratios; without ratios, the raw numbers have little civil rights significance.–gm
[2004 numbers

updated Dec.]

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