With this information, carriers can enhance or fine-tune their enrollment
strategies to better meet the demands of both employers and employees and differentiate their company from competitors.
Barbara Fritze, vice president for Enrollment
and Educational Services at Gettysburg College (Pa.
Compared to last summer, higher drops (8 percent+) were seen in overall camper enrollments
in the West region.
In the San Fernando Valley, winter-term enrollment
at Mission College was 1,686, 3.
Since 70 to 80 percent of COB enrollments
are in-state residents, and more than 95% of the first-time, full-time (FT/FT) students are under 21 years of age, the focal unit of analysis for this report has been NJ high school graduates.
So, a university strategy that is based on projected enrollments
of less than 50% of previous levels is not likely to produce much success or even survival.
In the northeastern corner of Wisconsin, a state that has experienced its own share of job cuts, one community college district is feeling a bit full: Its enrollment
of fulltime students has expanded by 37 percent--to nearly 6,000--since 2001.
Golden Valley High School on the east side of the district, meanwhile, is expected to get 1,089 students and relieve overcrowding at Valencia High School, where a 14 percent enrollment
decrease is projected.
Camps reported that since 1992, enrollment
has risen about 107,000, to a total of 829,996.
Carriers most often offer two or three voluntary products during a typical enrollment
marketing strategies and tactics.
El Dorado's enrollment
has remained steady at more than 700 for the past couple years, Keenan said.