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Von Nessen, Erica M. – South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2015
This report provides an overview of enrollment trends and enrollment projections at both the undergraduate and graduate level, by sector, for public colleges and universities in South Carolina. Using institutional enrollment data from the late 1970s through 2014, statistical models were built for each sector to determine which factors influence…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Enrollment Trends, Enrollment Projections, Undergraduate Students
Armour, Mim, Ed. – South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2015
The South Carolina Higher Education Statistical Abstract is a comprehensive, single-source compilation of tables and graphs which report data frequently requested by the Governor, Legislators, college and university staff, other state government officials, and the general public. The 2015 edition of the Statistical Abstract marks the 37th year of…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Public Colleges, Private Colleges, Enrollment
Armour, Mim, Ed. – South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2014
The South Carolina Higher Education Statistical Abstract is a comprehensive, single-source compilation of tables and graphs which report data frequently requested by the Governor, Legislators, college and university staff, other state government officials, and the general public. The 2014 edition of the Statistical Abstract marks the 36th year of…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Full Time Equivalency, Full Time Students, Enrollment Trends
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2010
South Carolina is home to a robust higher education system including 33 public institutions including 3 research universities, 10 comprehensive four-year universities, 4 two-year regional campuses of the University of South Carolina and 16 technical colleges. The State is also home to a number of independent and private colleges including: 23…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Research Universities, Technical Institutes, Private Colleges
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2010
The Commission on Higher Education had a student intern from USC-Columbia initiate an analysis of data on the migration of undergraduate first-time transfers to compare trends, growth, and proportions of transfers to and from various sectors and institution types over a three-year period, from 2006-2008. Staff have refined the analysis and…
Descriptors: Technical Institutes, Colleges, Transfer Students, Multicampus Colleges
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2010
From 1981 to 1986 South Carolina implemented a federally mandated desegregation plan designed to: (1) enhance the State's public historically black colleges; (2) desegregate student enrollment at the State's baccalaureate degree granting public colleges and universities; and (3) desegregate faculties, staffs, and governing bodies of all public…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Access to Education, Equal Education, State Programs
Morrison, Gail M. – South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2010
Concerns about program duplication in higher education are often reminiscent of Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart's now famous remark about pornography: "I know it when I see it." The problem with that reaction is that, at least on its surface, this response seems intuitive and emotional, to say nothing of subjective and personal. The…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Public Colleges, College Programs, Duplication
Walters, Garrison – South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2009
This report provides an annual overview of data reported by South Carolina's public institutions of higher education as part of institutional effectiveness reporting and as part of the process of performance funding. Prior to the January 2000 edition, this document was entitled "Minding Our P's and Q's: Indications of Productivity and Quality…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Public Colleges, Institutional Evaluation, Public Education
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2008
This publication provides a closer look at data reported annually by South Carolina's public institutions of higher education as part of institutional effectiveness reporting and as part of the process of performance funding. Prior to the January 2000 edition, this document was entitled "Minding Our P's and Q's: Indications of Productivity…
Descriptors: Organizational Effectiveness, Accountability, State Colleges, Annual Reports
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2008
In response to the Education and Economic Development Act of 2005 (EEDA), South Carolina has embarked on an exciting initiative called the South Carolina Course Alignment Project. In partnership with the South Carolina Department of Education and the South Carolina Technical College System, the project is led by the South Carolina Commission on…
Descriptors: Developmental Studies Programs, Transitional Programs, College Preparation, State Programs
Goff, Alyson M., Ed. – South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2007
In order to sustain strong academic programs and to provide a safe and comfortable environment for learning in the state's public colleges and universities, the facilities that house the institutions' programs must be maintained and replenished. The size, condition, and adequacy of these facilities have an impact on the quantity and quality of the…
Descriptors: Public Colleges, Interior Space, Educational Facilities, Educational Environment
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2007
This publication provides a closer look at data reported annually by South Carolina's public institutions of higher education as part of institutional effectiveness reporting and as part of the process of performance funding. Prior to the January 2000 edition, this document was entitled "Minding Our P's and Q's: Indications of Productivity…
Descriptors: Organizational Effectiveness, Accountability, State Colleges, Annual Reports
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2007
The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (CHE) serves as the coordinating board for South Carolina's 33 public institutions of higher learning and is responsible for serving a dual role within state government, acting both as an advocate for higher education as well as an oversight entity on behalf of the General Assembly. The agency's…
Descriptors: Statewide Planning, Higher Education, State Government, Accountability
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2007
This Guide provides basic information to South Carolina employers regarding the nature of college degrees. It covers South Carolina law regarding the use of degrees, how to accurately describe degree needs when advertising for a position, how to evaluate a job applicant's claim of a degree, the growing problem of diploma mill degrees, and related…
Descriptors: Academic Degrees, Educational Certificates, Employment Potential, Employment Qualifications
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 2007
This brochure provides a checklist of information for individuals considering massage therapy training in South Carolina. Areas covered include: (1) Oversight; (2) Requirements to Become a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT); (3) Evaluating a School; (4) How to Decide; (5) While You're Enrolled; (6) After You Graduate; (7) Continuing Education; (8)…
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, State Regulation, State Legislation, Certification
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