ERIC Number: ED353032
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1992-Jun
Reference Count: N/A
Hunt Club Satellite Center Three Part Analysis.
Seminole Community Coll., Sanford, FL.
Consisting primarily of data tables and charts, this report on the Hunt Club Center (HCC) at Seminole Community College (SCC) in Sanford, Florida, presents information on course offerings and full-time equivalency (FTE) production for academic years 1987-88 through 1991-92; HCC area demographics; and student characteristics during fall terms 1990 and 1991, respectively. Study findings include the following: (1) the majority of courses, student enrollments, and FTE generation at HCC are for college credit; (2) college credit courses have had a greater enrolled class size than noncredit classes; (3) though sporadic, growth at HCC has been fueled primarily by evening classes; (4) generally, student FTE's increase in response to increases in course offerings; (5) HCC is located close to the highest growth areas in Orange and Seminole counties; (6) while the lower income areas of Orange county may resemble the more traditional sources of community college students, such areas have a much smaller population than their Seminole county equivalents, and targeting these Orange county areas may limit enrollment growth potential; (7) over 25% of HCC enrolled students are attending on a full-time basis and are enrolled in college-credit courses; (8) approximately 50% of HCC students also attend SCC; (9) in all types of courses, HCC students generated more FTE at HCC than at SCC; (10) the majority of HCC college credit and college preparatory students enrolled exclusively in evening classes, while the majority of continuing education and vocational/technical students enrolled exclusively in day classes; and (11) the HCC student body has a greater percentages of white students than SCC. (PAA)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Seminole Community Coll., Sanford, FL.