current enrollment

current enrollment

In a clinical trial, the number of subjects who are actively participating in the study at the time of assessment.
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The current enrollment period coincides with the holiday season, when many lower-income families endure some financial stress.
While current enrollment in state-funded preschools is close to 100,000, the new law is expected to benefit an additional 12,000 children who are not yet enrolled in preschool.
These garden apartments are located within a five-mile radius of Texas Tech University, which has a current enrollment of 28,000.
Look for others to follow similar paths since these changes show great promise in enhancing our recruitment message and reversing current enrollment trends.
Our current enrollment is 1,500 and we estimate that it costs $21,700 to educate each student.
When participants reached age 20, the investigators obtained data on their educational attainment, current enrollment in an educational program and health status by using a detailed interview; high school graduation was confirmed by means of school records.
Current enrollment at Wadhams Hall is 15 students, eight of whom will graduate in May.
Senator Cleland, for example, admits that his relatively generous plan for access to group rate long-term care insurance is likely to result in no more than an additional 500,000 insured Americans, an increase of fewer than 10% over current enrollment.
With a current enrollment of nearly over 21,000 students, George Mason's areas of academic concentration are liberal arts, high technology, public policy and the humanities.
Eastbridge's Enrollment Practices for Voluntary Products report takes a look at 22 carriers' current enrollment practices and how different enrollment methodologies are faring in today's market.
One reason for making the attendance boundary change is to alleviate overcrowding at Valley View, where the current enrollment stands at 947.