Analytic Studies

College Year Reports 1998-99

EXPLANATORY NOTES
College Year Summary by Term
Table 1 Total Headcount Enrollment by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 2 Total Off-Campus Center Headcount Enrollment by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 3 Total Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 4 Total Off-Campus Center Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by Term, 1998-99 College Year
General College Year Summary Data
Table 5 College-Year Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES), from 1979-80
Table 6 Headcount Enrollment by Student Level, 1998-99 College Year
Table 7 Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by Student Level, 1998-99 College Year
Table 8 Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by Course Level, 1998-99 College Year
New Student Enrollment by Term
Table 9 First-Time Freshmen by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 10 Undergraduate Transfers by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 11 Freshman Undergraduate Transfers by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 12 Sophomore Undergraduate Transfers by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 13 Junior Undergraduate Transfers by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 14 Senior Undergraduate Transfers by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 15 First-Time Postbaccalaureates by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 16 Transfer Postbaccalaureates by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 17 First-Time Graduates by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 18 Transfer Graduates by Term, 1998-99 College Year
Table 19 College-Year New Student Headcount Enrollment, Percentage Distribution by Student Level and Enrollment Status, from 1986-87
Table 20 First-Time Freshman Headcount Enrollment by Institution of Origin, 1998-99 College Year
Table 21 Undergraduate Transfer Headcount Enrollment by Institution of Origin, 1998-99 College Year
Enrollment Planning Headcount and FTES Tables
Table 22 College-Year Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES): Target FTES (T), Reported FTES (R), and Percentage Difference (P), from 1986-87
Table 23 Ratio of College-Year Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) to Fall Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES), 1989-90 to 1998-99
Table 24 Ratio of College-Year Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) to Fall Student Headcount Enrollment, from 1986
Table 25 Main Campus and Off-Campus Center College-Year Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES), from 1991-92
Table 26 Main Campus and Off-Campus Center Academic-Year Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES), from 1991-92
Table 27 Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by Course Level, 1998-99 Academic Year
Table 28 Regular and Limited Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by Student Level, 1998-99 Academic Year
Table 29 Regular and Limited Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) as a Percentage of Total FTES, by Student Level, 1998-99 Academic Year
Table 30 Regular and Limited Academic-Year Headcount Enrollment by Student Level, 1998-99
Table 31 Ratio of Regular and Limited, Academic-Year Headcount Enrollment to Regular and Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by Student Level, 1998-99 Academic Year
Table 32 Regular and Limited Summer Term Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by Student Level - Number and Percent, 1998-99 College Year
Table 33 Regular and Limited Summer Term Headcount Enrollment by Student Level, 1998-99 College Year
Table 34 Ratio of Regular and Limited Summer Term Headcount Enrollment to Regular and Limited Summer Term Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by Student Level, 1998-99 College Year
Other
Table 35 Patterns of Student Enrollment, 1998-99 College Year
Table 36 Comparison of Fall Headcount Enrollment, College-Year Annual Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES), and College-Year Unduplicated Headcount, from 1986-87

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