Presentation on theme: "Horizon 2023 National Enrollment Projections and the Role of California Dr. Lisa Castellino Institutional Research and Planning."— Presentation transcript:
Horizon 2023 National Enrollment Projections and the Role of California Dr. Lisa Castellino Institutional Research and Planning
Washington Montana North Dakota Wyoming Oregon Idaho South Dakota Minnesota Nebraska Iowa Wisconsin Nevada California Utah Colorado Kansas New Mexico Arizona Texas Oklahoma Arkansas Alaska Hawaii Missouri Illinois Kentucky Michigan Indiana Ohio Tennessee West Virginia Louisiana Alabama North Carolina Georgia South Carolina Florida Virginia Pennsylvania New York Maine New Hampshire Vermont Rhode Island Connecticut New Jersey Maryland Delaware Mass Mississippi >=5% higher <5% higher <5% lower >=5% lower Projected percentage change in the number of public high school graduates by state: School years through Summary: *Decrease 10% between and in the Northeast *Decrease 8% in the Midwest *Increase 9% in the South *Increase 5% in the West Looking ahead, the West will continue to see growth in high school graduates while the Northeast will continue to see declines. California’s growth will be somewhat slower than neighboring western states.
Projected numbers for enrollment in PUBLIC 4-year postsecondary degree-granting institutions By 2022, Women are still expected to outpace men in enrollments in both number and percent change. 11% Female, 7% Male.
Projected numbers for bachelor’s degrees conferred by ALL postsecondary degree-granting institutions: Gender By 2022, Women are still expected to outpace men in degree conferrals in both number and percent change. 11% Female, 5% Male.
Projected numbers for enrollment in ALL postsecondary degree-granting institutions: Ethnicity By 2022, the number of Hispanic degree conferrals is projected to increase by 20%, while Black, Non-Hispanic is projected to increase by about 16%
Fastest Growing Occupations to 2022 Requiring a Four-Year Degree: Percent Change