ERIC Number: ED381198
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994-Nov
Reference Count: N/A
Analysis of Enrollments, Fall Quarter (FY 1994-95), with Comparative References to Historical Trends.
Sinclair Community Coll., Dayton, OH. Office of Institutional Planning and Research.
Fall 1994 enrollment data for Sinclair Community College (SCC), Ohio, are presented and analyzed in this report. The report begins by presenting fall enrollments in fiscal year (FY) 1993-94, and tracing full-time equivalents (FTE) and headcount enrollments at the college from FY 1976-77 to FY 1994-95. After comparing SCC enrollments with those of peer institutions in Ohio, the report looks at non-credit registrations and activities. The next section focuses on student characteristics, including day/evening status, gender, full-/part-time enrollment, ethnic background, age cohort, and age by current student status. The following section considers division enrollments, including an analysis of market share by division, student load analyses, and FTE enrollment by division and discipline. Finally, the report offers information on applicants and registrants by division. Report highlights include the following: (1) there was a notable decrease in both fall headcount (-4.17%) and FTE (-2.89%), the first decline in headcount since fall 1985 and in FTE since fall 1986; (2) enrollment was down by 2.8% statewide in public colleges and universities in fall 1994 compared to the prior year; (3) at SCC, full-time students accounted for nearly 31% of total enrollment, representing the highest ratio of full-time enrollment to total enrollment in the 14 years under study; and (4) divisional FTE increased in fall 1994 for the Allied Health, Engineering, and Fine & Performing Arts Divisions, and decreased for the Business, Extended Learning/Human Services, and Liberal Arts & Sciences Divisions. (KP)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Sinclair Community Coll., Dayton, OH. Office of Institutional Planning and Research.