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1 LA Basin Study Office of the Chancellor Academic Affairs January 5, 2004

2 Population Size for 5 LA Basin Counties

3 LA Basin Population vs. California Population

4 Geographic and Demographic Indicators for LA Basin: 2000

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6 10 Mile Coverage of CA Public High School Graduates LA Basin

7 Percentage of Graduates Within 10 Miles of a CSU Campus LA Basin

8 Percentage of Graduates Within 10 Miles of Just One CSU Campus LA Basin

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10 20 Mile Coverage of CA Public High School Graduates LA Basin

11 CSU Destination for LA Basin Public High School Graduates that Matriculate as First-Time Freshmen

12 New CSU Undergraduates from the LA Basin Stayers and Leavers

13 CSU Freshman Participation Rates for California Public High School Graduates: Selected Areas

14 Projected California Public HS Graduates From The California Department of Finance

15 Projected California CSU First-Time Freshmen from California Public High School

16 Los Angeles Basin Enrollment Projections Total Headcount

17 Los Angeles Basin Enrollment Projections Total Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment

18 Issues for LA Basin Campuses 1)Greater campus awareness of local growth in high school graduates 2)Greater campus awareness of where local high school graduates apply for CSU enrollment 3)Greater campus awareness of CSU destination for local graduates that are admitted at multiple CSU campuses 4)Integrated enrollment planning by LA Basin campuses for managing local 5-County enrollment growth

19 Los Angeles Basin Enrollment FTE Projections and Planning Targets for Total Enrollment

20 Summary 1) more than 60 percent of LA Basin public high school graduates reside within a 30 minute commute of a CSU campus 2) another 30 percent of LA Basin public high school graduates reside within a 60 minute commute of a CSU campus

21 Summary 3) more than 80 percent of LA Basin high school students that also enroll as CSU first-time freshmen attend LA Basin universities 4) The number of public high school students from outside the LA Basin that enroll at CSU campuses inside the LA Basin is equivalent to 10 percent of all LA Basin high school graduates that become new CSU freshmen

22 Summary 5) The yearly cohort of new CSU freshmen originating at LA Basin high schools could rise from 16,000 to 21,000 between 2003 and ) The total FTE enrollment for LA Basin CSU CSU campuses could rise from 130,000 to 170,000 between 2003 and 2010 (the lower limit projection for 2010 is 150,000 )


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