ERIC Number: ED456879
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Enrollment Projections: University of Hawaii Community Colleges, Fall 2001 to Fall 2007.
Hawaii Univ., Honolulu. Office of Institutional Research and Analysis.
This report presents information on projected headcount enrollment for the University of Hawaii (UH) Community Colleges: Hawaii, Honolulu, Kapiolani, Kauai, Leeward, Maui, and Windward. The projections are organized by registration status--first-time, transfer, and continuing/returning students. Figures are also given for each community college. Report highlights include: (1) total headcount for the UH Community Colleges dropped 6% in the fall 2000 term, from 25,390 to 23,777; (2) enrollment for first-time students in fall 2000 was 5,253, transfer enrollment was 3,034, and continuing/returning enrollment was 15,490; (3) according to middle series projections, first-time student enrollment in 2007 will increase to 5,839, transfer student enrollment to 3,145, and continuing/returning enrollment will decrease to 14,837; (4) of the seven community colleges, Kapiolani had the highest student enrollment in fall 2000, at 6,760; however, Leeward seemed to attract the most first-time students during that period, at 1,084; (5) at most of the community colleges, liberal arts enrollments outweighed the vocational education enrollments, except at Hawaii, Maui, and Honolulu Community Colleges; and (6) overall, there were 13,324 students enrolled in the liberal arts and 8,440 in vocational education; similar numbers were projected for 2007. (Includes numerous tables and figures, with historical data.) (EMH)
Descriptors: College Attendance, Community Colleges, Declining Enrollment, Educational Demand, Enrollment, Enrollment Projections, Enrollment Trends, Full Time Students, Part Time Students, Transfer Students, Two Year Colleges
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Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Hawaii Univ., Honolulu. Office of Institutional Research and Analysis.