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1 Fall 2012 Enrollment Report NYC Cabinet Meeting 1

2 2 Footnote: 1.All years based on final census data from All 2012 Forecast is based on % change of Fall 2011 Census Enrolled and Prior Year Daily Enrolled applied to Current Year Enrolled equals Fall 2012 Forecast. Results was as of Sept. 19, 2012

3 3 Footnote: 1.All years based on final census data from All 2012 Forecast is based on % change of Fall 2011 Census Enrolled and Prior Year Daily Enrolled applied to Current Year Enrolled equals Fall 2012 Forecast. Results was as of Sept. 19, 2012

4 4 Footnote: 1.All years based on final census data from All 2012 Forecast is based on % change of Fall 2011 Census Enrolled and Prior Year Daily Enrolled applied to Current Year Enrolled equals Fall 2012 Forecast. Results was as of Sept. 19, 2012

5 5 Footnote: 1.All years based on final census data from All 2012 Forecast is based on % change of Fall 2011 Census Enrolled and Prior Year Daily Enrolled applied to Current Year Enrolled equals Fall 2012 Forecast. Results was as of Sept. 19, Fall 2012 Global Pathways includes both Pace and Kaplan Enrollment

6 6 Footnote: 1.Application in this case represent all Completed applications for Fall 2006 – 2011, Fall 2012 taken from the Fall Application report page # 6; (Freshman/CAP/Transfer & International Students) and subject to changes at Final Census Results.

7 Yield Expected to Outperform 2011 Despite Reduced Discount Rate 7 Footnote: 1.Yield: Percentage of Accepted New Undergraduate students who enrolled in the given year (Freshman/CAP/Transfer & International Students) for Fall 2006 thru. Fall 2011; Fall 2012 is subject to change at census; currently accepted yield rate is tracking to prior year. 2.Discount rates for all years Fall 2007 thru Fall 2011 is post-census and provided by Budget and Planning Office; Fall 2012 is based on Sept. 17 th Enrolled students rate and subject to change at Census/or Post Census.

8 8 Footnotes: 1.Aggregate Net Tuition: Headcount multiplied by Net Tuition. Data taken from the Fall Enrollment Campus Summary Report Pages # 4 and 5 2.Data for provided by the Office of Planning and Budget Post-Census and Fall 2012 equals Forecast based on % change of Fall 2011 Census and Prior Year Enrolled applied to Currently Year Enrolled equals the Fall 2012 Forecast of Enrolled Students as of Sept. 19 th, Results reflects total new undergraduate students (Freshman/CAP/Transfer & International Students)

9 9 Footnotes: 1.Institutional Aid: Average Institutional Aid package per Total New Undergraduate (Freshman/CAP/Transfer & International Students) 2.Net Tuition: Tuition excluding fees minus average Institutional Aid package (Freshman/CAP/Transfer & International Students) 3.Discount Rate: Institutional Aid divided by Tuition excluding fees Post-Census and Fall 2012 equals Forecast based on Sept. 19 th Enrolled Discount rate and subject to change at census/or post census

10 Tuition increased significantly in 2005 and Since then we have worked to bring it back in-line with competitive set. The average annual change in tuition from was 5%. The average annual change from was also 5%. *Seton Hall had a reduction in the cost of fees from In 2012, Seton Hall is offering reduced merit based tuition, similar to the cost of Rutgers. 14

11 11 Footnote: (1) All years Fall 2005 thru 2011 equals Final Census data; Fall 2012 equal June 13 th Deposited Data and subject to change at census SAT Scores Declined after 2006 Massive Shortfall. In 2011 they surpassed 2005 levels, but will decline in 2012 as a byproduct of increasing net tuition revenue.

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