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individuals serving less than 1 year and then by intervals defined by increments of 5
years. The variable labeled Q7STDT3 was grouped by those respondents with less
than 1 year of tenure and then by intervals defined by increments of 10 years.
Question 7 as Converted to Variables Q7STDT2 and Q7STDT3
LESS THAN 1
21 - 25
31 - 35
36 - 40
LESS THAN 1
21 - 30
31 - 40
In order to show that the survey respondents were representative of all American
community college presidents, survey respondents' key demographics were compared
with all community college presidents in the United States. Respondents were asked
questions regarding demographics and their current and previous employment in higher
education. The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC, 2011) reported
72% of all current community college CEOs to be male and 28% of current community
college presidents to be female. For the total number of presidents responding to the
survey, 68.92% were male, and 29.28% of the respondents were female (Table 5). Of
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