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Name
Label/Question
1.

Respondent ID

Respondent ID

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

2.

Preload Population Type

Preload Population Type

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

3.

Preload Race

Preload Race

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

4.

Preload Sex/Gender

Preload Sex/Gender

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

5.

Preload Pell Grant Eligibility

Preload Pell Grant Eligibility

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

6.

Preload Select or No-select

Preload Select or No-select

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

7.

Preload Scholar or Non-Recipients

Preload Scholar or Non-Recipients

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

8.

Preload School Year

Preload School Year

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

9.

R date of birth year

R date of birth year

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

10.

College Enrollment status

Are you currently enrolled in a college or university?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

11.

Ever enrolled in college/university

Were you ever enrolled in [college/university]?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

12.

IPEDS code for current/ last college

What is the name and location of the college or university in which you are currently enrolled/were last enrolled? (IPEDS)

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

13.

Last enrolled semester

When were you last enrolled? - Semester

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

14.

Last enrolled year

When were you last enrolled? - Year

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

15.

R plan to re-enroll/enroll

Do you plan to enroll or re-enroll?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

16.

R. completed degree

Did you complete your degree?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

17.

Semester R plans to re-enroll/enroll

When do you plan to re-enroll/enroll? - Semester

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

18.

Year R plans to re-enroll/enroll

When do you plan to re-enroll/enroll? - Year

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

19.

Rs current level of schooling

What is/was your current level of schooling?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

20.

R college semester or quarter

Does your college or university follow a semester or a quarter academic calendar?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

21.

If other than semester or quarter

If your college or university follows a system other than the quarter or semester system, please specify.

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

22.

Credit hours for graduation

How many course credits or credit hours are required for graduation?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

23.

Total credit hours earned thus far

As of March 1, 2002, how many total course credits or credit hours have you earned thus far, not counting the current term?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

24.

Credit hours this term

How many credit hours are you taking this term?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

25.

R enrolled in Fall 2001

Were you enrolled at [your current/last college or university] in Fall 2001?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

26.

Enrolled elsewhere Fall 2001

If you were not enrolled in [your current/last college or university] during Fall 2001, were you enrolled somewhere else that semester?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

27.

Fall 2001 college IPEDS code

If you were enrolled somewhere else during Fall 2001, what was the name and location of the college or university in which you were enrolled? (IPEDS) ... (view details)

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

28.

Declared undergraduate major yet

Have you declared an undergraduate major yet?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

29.

Major

What is/was your major at college?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

30.

Secondary major

What is/was your secondary major at college?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

31.

Major intend to declare

If you have not yet declared a major, in which field do you intend to declare?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

32.

Reason select school low expenses

How important is or were the following in choosing a college or university you would like to attend? - Low expenses (tuition, books, room and board) ... (view details)

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

33.

Reason select school scholarship/grant

How important is or were the following in choosing a college or university you would like to attend? - Availability of a scholarship, or grant ... (view details)

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

34.

Reason select school can live at home

How important is or were the following in choosing a college or university you would like to attend? - Ability to attend school while living at home ... (view details)

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

35.

Reason select school strong reputation

How important is or were the following in choosing a college or university you would like to attend? - The strong reputation of the school's academic programs ... (view details)

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

36.

Reason not attend can't afford

How important were each of the following in deciding not to go to college/ to take a leave of absence from college? - I couldn't afford it. ... (view details)

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

37.

Reason not attend had to leave home

How important were each of the following in deciding not to go to college/ to take a leave of absence from college? - I didn't want to leave home. ... (view details)

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

38.

Reason not attend don't need college

How important were each of the following in deciding not to go to college/ to take a leave of absence from college? - I don't need college. ... (view details)

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

39.

Year became recipient/applicant

What year did you first become a Gates recipient/applicant?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

40.

Currently receiving Gates funding

Are you currently receiving Gates funding?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

41.

Change choice of school due to award

Did you change your college/graduate school choice after receiving/not receiving the Gates award?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

42.

Participate in GMS leadership activities

Did you participate in GMS leadership activities?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

43.

Number of leadership activities

How many GMS leadership activities did you participate in?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

44.

GMS critical to attend college

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? - My GMS assistance was critical to attending this college.

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

45.

GMS provided network of friends

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? - Being a GMS scholar has provided me with a network of friends.

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

46.

GMS affinity with recipients

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? - I feel a strong affinity with other GMS recipients.

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

47.

Currently work for pay

Do you currently work for pay?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

48.

Work hours per week

How many hours per week?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

49.

Work on or off campus

Do you work on-campus, off-campus, or both? (Mark one only)

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

50.

If both how many hours off campus

How many hours per week do you work off-campus?

Taken from: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 2, 2001-2006 - Freshmen Cohort 2 (2002) Baseline Survey.

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