Bolstered in part by more online courses, a Sunday schedule and aggressive interdivisional marketing, the College realized Spring enrollment and total credit hour increases. Although falling slightly short of projects, total enrollment for the Spring semester is 11,545 students with total credit hours at 124,227.50.
The February 27 Open House resulted in 105 applications submitted on-line, representing new and transfer students. Another 49 paper applications were submitted, representing mostly re-admit and non-matriculated students.
Following Advisement Week March 17-20, students can now register on-line for the Summer I term which begins May 5. Summer I is the last opportunity for the College to reach its 2013-2014 enrollment goals.