Projected enrollment growth by category:
- Additional newly enrolled FTIC Students: 42 (9% of enrollment growth)
- Additional Returning FTIC/Dual Enrollment/Other Students: 253 (55% of enrollment growth
- Additional AA Transfers: 56 (12% of enrollment growth)
- Additional Graduate & Professional Students: 112 (24% of enrollment growth)
The number of individual students enrolled in credit courses, regardless of course load (full- vs. part-time). A method of counting faculty, staff, or students in which each person is counted as one unit regardless of whether he or she is employed or studying full-time or part-time.
*Note: The decline in PharmD is a methodological change (that no longer includes pre-PharmD undergraduate students in the graduate count) and not an actual drop in the program’s enrollment.
*Note: This table reports the number of students enrolled at the university by student type categories. The student type for undergraduates is based on the Type of Student at Time of Most Recent Admission. The student type for graduates is based on the degree that is sought and the student CIP code. Unclassified refers to a student who has not yet been formally admitted into a degree program but is enrolled. (1) ‘Other Unclassified’ students include Post-Baccalaureates who are not seeking a degree.
Source: Accountability Plan