[Wsssc] Fwd: Winter allocation and enrollment monitoring reports
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Fri May 3 07:35:58 PDT 2019
WSSSC: enrollment reports, as promised. Joe
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Subject: Winter allocation and enrollment monitoring reports
In Winter 2019, colleges enrolled 152,905 full-time equivalent students (FTES) all fund sources, down 2 percent (-3,598 FTES) from Winter 2018. Winter quarter enrollments for state supported students were slightly lower than projections based on fall quarter enrollments. The system is now projected to end the school year with 124,095 state supported FTES for adults and 23,513 FTES for Running Start for a total of 147,608 state supported FTES.
Enrollments in Winter 2019 were up for:
* Apprenticeship: 4,364 FTES, up 15 percent (554 FTES)
* Applied Baccalaureate: 3,459 FTES from 28 colleges offering 92 programs, up 18 percent (527 FTES)
* eLearning: 51,044 FTES, up 6 percent (2,705 FTES)
* I-BEST: 2,705 FTES, up by less than 1 percent (2 FTES)
* Running Start: 23,743 FTES, up 7 percent (1,612 FTES)
* Worker Retraining: 6,263 FTES, up 7 percent (390 FTES)
Enrollments in Winter 2019 were down for:
* Basic Education for Adults: 14,446 FTES, down 7 percent (-1,170 FTES)
* Basic Food, Employment and Training (BFET): 4,455 FTES, down 7 percent (-347 FTES)
* International students (All Funds): 9,385 FTES, down 12 percent (-1,295 FTES)
* International Contract: 6,483 FTES, down 5 percent (-309 FTES)
· Workfirst: 1,649 FTES, down 12 percent (-215 FTES)
For college level data, here is the link to the page with the allocation and enrollment monitoring reports<https://www.sbctc.edu/colleges-staff/research/annual-reports-archive/enrollment.aspx>.
Please contact Devin DuPree, SBCTC research associate, ddupree at sbctc.edu<mailto:ddupree at sbctc.edu> if you have questions about these data.
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