Overall graduate enrollment
declined by 1,389 students to 41,436, offsetting an undergraduate enrollment
increase of 1,517 to 168,239 students.
sought to increase its initial enrollment
of 17 and aired a 30-second commercial for a month on local cable networks in the hopes of luring additional students from four surrounding districts.
When financial aid awards were examined closely, it was found that the policy in place was generating the highest enrollment
yields among the weakest students with the greatest need.
Camp directors were interested in enrollment
based on gender (see Table 2).
can be a challenge in Stevenson Ranch, where many young families have moved into its roomy houses and, as a result, have dominated the school district with student growth, while older communities are experiencing declines.
The 1980s were turbulent times for private and public universities because of a significant decline in enrollment
This means that the PPERA universities will do well for now to just maintain their present low pulp and paper enrollments
while hoping that the industry will be able to hire the lower graduating numbers on a sustained basis.
They conclude, for instance, that the enrollment
figures and other data on girls schooling show that peasant families did not withhold education from their daughters but, in fact, made great sacrifices to ensure that they went to school.
This foundation has enabled the college to build a strong partnership between Athletics and Enrollment
The good news is that if it's done well districts can meet the goal of increasing enrollment
in higher level math.
GLENDALE - High housing prices have led to the largest enrollment
decline in Glendale public schools in 25 years, causing school district officials to worry about a budget crunch.
Despite high enrollment
and aspirations to transfer, Latinos/Latinas transfer at rates well below national averages.