MHC students are typical in the extent to which they have: studied with other students, frequently socialized with people of different ethnic groups, and drunk wine or liquor.
MHC students are more likely to have: tutored another student, frequently felt overwhelmed, performed volunteer work, frequently discussed politics, and played a musical instrument.
MHC students are less likely to have: participated in demonstrations, smoked cigarettes, and drunk beer.
MHC students are more likely to rank as "essential" or "very important" these items: influencing the political structure, writing original works (such as poems and novels), being involved in a program for cleaning up the environment, helping to promote racial understanding, participating in a community-action program, developing a meaningful philosophy of life, and keeping up-to-date with political affairs.
MHC students are less likely to rank as "essential" or "very important" these items: being well off financially, becoming successful in their own business, raising a family, and having administrative responsibility for the work of others.
Also, 94 percent of the class expect to go on to get a further degree, 62 percent of the class expect to get a doctorate, and 69 percent say the chances are very good that they will be satisfied with college.
SUMMER 1997 * VOLUME 2 * NUMBER 1
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