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CU-Boulder Enrollment Snapshot Index

Census SPRING 1998 compared to SPRING 1999

Note: A reporting change effective spring 1999 means that we now count in regular, FTE-reportable enrollment totals a group of resident students enrolling through the ACCESS program (formerly SAVE). These students were previously counted in Continuing Ed (aka Extended Studies, aka B2). Only enrollments in B1 courses are counted.

The ACCESS students include HS concurrents and non-degree students age 20 or over. Numbers for spring 1999:
-- HS concurrents: 91 students taking 5.1 hrs on average
-- Other UG: 150 students taking 8.3 hrs on average
-- Grad level: 228 students taking 4.7 hrs on average

The reporting change is reponsible for almost 60% of the increase in enrollment between spring '98 and spring '99. It shows most clearly in the resident non-degree counts in tables 3 and 4.

1. Level by Residency
2. Headcount by Admission Type
3. Headcount by School/College
4. Credit Hours by School/College
5. Diversity: Total Enrollment
6. Diversity: All Graduate-Level Students
7. Diversity: All Undergraduates
8. Diversity: All New Freshmen
9. Diversity: Resident New Freshmen
10. Diversity: All Transfers
11. Diversity: Resident Transfers
12. Level by Full Time/Part Time Status

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