# Enrollment Management Trends Flex Days Fall 2012.

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Enrollment Management Trends Flex Days Fall 2012

Enrollment Management Terminology Trends Goals from Enrollment Management Plan

Quiz Question #1 Which number would usually be higher for a college? a. Headcount b. Enrollment

Quiz Question #1 Which number would usually be higher for a college? b. Enrollment

Headcount and Enrollment Headcount: count heads: One student taking 5 classes = 1 student Enrollment: count classes: One student taking 5 classes = 5 enrollments

Quiz Question #2 Rank the following from the lowest to highest by the number wed offer in a semester? a. Sessions { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/5/1515242/slides/slide_9.jpg", "name": "Quiz Question #2 Rank the following from the lowest to highest by the number wed offer in a semester.", "description": "a. Sessions

Quiz Question #2 Rank the following from the lowest to highest by the number wed offer in a semester? e. Courses { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/5/1515242/slides/slide_10.jpg", "name": "Quiz Question #2 Rank the following from the lowest to highest by the number wed offer in a semester.", "description": "e. Courses

Courses, Sections, Sessions Course: English P083R Section: A unique CRN, such as 74040 Session: multiple sessions of the same section (different instructors, lecture & lab, multiple times)

What is an FTES? One Full-Time Equivalent Student (FTES) is one student attending 525 contact hours 525 contact hours equals 175 instructional days with a student in class for 3 hours per day.

What is an FTES? (in English) One student taking a full load of classes (usually 15 units).

How many FTES did my class generate? (For a class using the WSCH accounting method) Students in class * hours per week * term length multiplier / 525 35 students * 3.4 hours per week * 16.3 / 525=3.694667 (other accounting methods use slightly different formulas)

Quiz Question #3 What is the generally accepted productivity goal? a. 15.0 b. 17.5 c. 24.5 d. 30.0 e. 35.0

Quiz Question #3 What is the generally accepted productivity goal? b. 17.5

Quiz Question #4 Which college in our district had the highest productivity number in 2010-11? a. Bakersfield College b. Cerro Coso Community College c. Porterville College

Quiz Question #4 Which college in our district had the highest productivity number in 2010-11? a.Bakersfield College

Quiz Question #5 Which college in our district had the highest productivity number in 2011-12? a. Bakersfield College b. Cerro Coso Community College c. Porterville College

Quiz Question #5 Which college in our district had the highest productivity number in 2011-12? c. Porterville College

Quiz Question #6 Which of the following is true of the economy and enrollment demand? a. When the unemployment rate decreases, enrollment demand increases b. When the unemployment rate increases, enrollment demand increases c. There is no relationship between unemployment and enrollment demand d. Enrollment demand is more related to GDP than unemployment

Quiz Question #6 Which of the following is true of the economy and enrollment demand? b. When the unemployment rate increases, enrollment demand increases

Quiz Question #7 At what point in the term would the total number of waitlisted enrollments be highest? a. First day of open registration b. One week before first day of classes c. First day of classes d. Five days before census day e. Census day

Quiz Question #7 At what point in the term would the total number of waitlisted enrollments be highest? c. First day of classes

Quiz Answers Who got the most right?

Tiebreaker Bonus Question What is Porterville Colleges FTES target for 2012-13? 3,074.2 FTES

Enrollment Management Plan Goals 1. Work with Bakersfield College and Cerro Coso Community College to plan Strategies for sharing courses that are rarely offered due to low enrollment 2. Create strategies for handling issues related to implementing SB1440 3. Analyze trends in high school enrollment and their impact on our future enrollment management 4. Analyze the relationship between local unemployment rates and enrollment and the potential impact of this relationship on our planning and decision making 5. Form collaborative groups to make decisions regarding prerequisites for courses that meet the same transfer and/or general education requirements 6. Consider the feasibility of offering courses off-site