Table 28 - Non-Residents Only
Patterns of Student Enrollment, 2012-2013 College Year
Table 28 provides summaries by campus of the variations in attendance of students within the college year.
Students may attend for as few as one or as many as four terms depending upon the individual campus.
Patterns of enrollment are expressed in terms of unduplicated headcount (any student is counted
only once). The total college year unduplicated headcount for each campus is derived from the
enrollments by term combination.

Rows 1 through 4 of the table (labeled "One Term") present the number of students enrolling for only
one term of the 2012-13 academic calendar for any given campus. Rows 5 through 10 present the number
of students enrolling for two terms. Since a campus may have as few as two and as many as four terms
in its calendar, students counted in these categories may be attending for all or only a portion of a
campus academic year depending on the campus. Rows 11 through 14 indicate the number of students
enrolled for three terms and row 15 presents the number of students enrolled for all four terms at
a quarter system campus.

Campus enrollments in Rows 1 through 15 are "unduplicated"; that is, no student is counted more than
once in these rows. For example, none of the enrollment counted in Row 2 (Fall Only) is counted in
Rows 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, or 15.

Rows 16 through 19 summarize the by-term enrollment on each campus. As such, they can be calculated
by adding together appropriate information from Rows 1 through 15. For example, Row 17 (Total Fall
Enrollment) can be found by adding together Rows 2 (Fall Only), 5 (Summer and Fall), 8 (Fall and
Winter), 9 (Fall and Spring), 11 (Summer, Winter and Fall), 12 (Summer, Fall and Spring), 14 (Fall,
Winter, and Spring) and 15 (All Terms).

Row 20 represents the total number of individuals enrolled at any time during the college year at that
campus. Again, this figure represents only unduplicated enrollment at a campus; students are counted
only once regardless of the number of terms for which they were enrolled. If a student enrolls at
more than one campus or changes residence status during the college year, that student will be
included in the count for each campus at each status. For any campus, the Net Individuals shown in
the table can be calculated by adding together all of the enrollments shown in Rows 1 through 15.

For the CSU as a whole, a total of 20,612 "non-resident" individuals enrolled at some time during
the 2012-13 college year. Of these, about 15,284 or 74 percent were enrolled for a full academic
year on a CSU campus. Students attended for a "full academic year" if they attended during fall
and spring at a semester campus or fall, winter, and spring at a quarter campus. Each campus
calendar must be taken into account in order to determine the number of students enrolled for the
entire year on a given campus.
Table 28 - Non-Residents Only (continued)
 
Patterns of Student Enrollment, 2012-13 College Year
 
Channel  Dominguez
 Enrollment Pattern Bakersfield Islands Chico Hills East Bay
 1.  One Term Summer Only 4  -  1  -  45 
 2.  Fall Only 24  10  146  17  93 
 3.  Winter Only 6  -  -  -  (5)*
 4.  Spring Only 1  2  74  10  51 
 5.  Two Terms Summer and Fall -  -  -  -  53 
 6.  Summer and Winter -  -  -  -  2 
 7.  Summer and Spring -  -  -  -  3 
 8.  Fall and Winter 9  -  -  -  46 
 9.  Fall and Spring 4  22  542  93  15 
10.  Winter and Spring 8  -  -  -  93 
11.  Three Terms Summer, Winter and Fall 3  -  -  -  38 
12.  Summer, Fall and Spring -  -  2  -  43 
13.  Summer, Winter and Spring -  -  -  -  9 
14.  Fall, Winter and Spring 77  -  -  -  558 
15.  Four Terms Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring 33  -  -  -  245 
16.  Term Totals Total Summer 40  -  3  -  438 
17.  Total Fall 150  32  690  110  1,091 
18.  Total Winter 136  -  -  -  986 
19.  Total Spring 123  24  618  103  1,017 
20.  Any Term Net Individuals 169  34  765  120  1,289 
*Students may establish California residency during the course of the college year.
Table 28 - Non-Residents Only (continued)
 
Patterns of Student Enrollment, 2012-13 College Year
Long Los
 Enrollment Pattern Fresno Fullerton Humboldt Beach Angeles
 1.  One Term Summer Only -  6  -  (1)* 29 
 2.  Fall Only 91  198  24  251  55 
 3.  Winter Only -  -  -  -  7 
 4.  Spring Only 87  94  2  142  63 
 5.  Two Terms Summer and Fall -  1  -  1  16 
 6.  Summer and Winter -  -  -  -  1 
 7.  Summer and Spring -  -  -  -  - 
 8.  Fall and Winter -  -  -  -  44 
 9.  Fall and Spring 406  1,048  209  1,119  15 
10.  Winter and Spring -  -  -  -  7 
11.  Three Terms Summer, Winter and Fall -  -  -  -  18 
12.  Summer, Fall and Spring 5  28  -  4  6 
13.  Summer, Winter and Spring -  -  -  -  2 
14.  Fall, Winter and Spring -  -  -  -  404 
15.  Four Terms Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring -  -  -  -  89 
16.  Term Totals Total Summer 5  35  -  4  161 
17.  Total Fall 502  1,275  233  1,375  647 
18.  Total Winter -  -  -  -  572 
19.  Total Spring 498  1,170  211  1,265  586 
20.  Any Term Net Individuals 589  1,375  235  1,516  756 
*Students may establish California residency during the course of the college year.
Table 28 - Non-Residents Only (continued)
 
Patterns of Student Enrollment, 2012-13 College Year
 
Maritime Monterey
Enrollment Pattern Academy Bay Northridge Pomona Sacramento
 1.  One Term Summer Only -  -  1  -  - 
 2.  Fall Only 1  25  334  83  84 
 3.  Winter Only -  -  -  9  - 
 4.  Spring Only (2)* 11  275  20  66 
 5.  Two Terms Summer and Fall -  -  1  -  - 
 6.  Summer and Winter -  -  -  -  - 
 7.  Summer and Spring -  -  -  -  - 
 8.  Fall and Winter -  -  -  50  - 
 9.  Fall and Spring 27  78  1,828  12  341 
10.  Winter and Spring -  -  -  9  - 
11.  Three Terms Summer, Winter and Fall -  -  -  -  - 
12.  Summer, Fall and Spring -  -  -  -  - 
13.  Summer, Winter and Spring -  -  -  -  - 
14.  Fall, Winter and Spring -  -  -  586  - 
15.  Four Terms Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring -  -  -  -  - 
16.  Term Totals Total Summer -  -  2  -  - 
17.  Total Fall 28  103  2,163  731  425 
18.  Total Winter -  -  -  654  - 
19.  Total Spring 25  89  2,103  627  407 
20.  Any Term Net Individuals 26  114  2,439  769  491 
*Students may establish California residency during the course of the college year.
Table 28 - Non-Residents Only (continued)
 
Patterns of Student Enrollment, 2012-13 College Year
 
San San San San Luis
 Enrollment Pattern Bernardino Diego Francisco San Jose Obispo
 1.  One Term Summer Only 43  72  4  3  - 
 2.  Fall Only 82  220  333  263  102 
 3.  Winter Only 22  -  -  -  5 
 4.  Spring Only 137  108  206  261  (7)*
 5.  Two Terms Summer and Fall 50  85  5  5  - 
 6.  Summer and Winter -  -  -  -  - 
 7.  Summer and Spring -  7  -  -  - 
 8.  Fall and Winter 34  -  -  -  58 
 9.  Fall and Spring 11  1,638  1,528  1,533  8 
10.  Winter and Spring 92  -  -  -  22 
11.  Three Terms Summer, Winter and Fall 34  -  -  -  - 
12.  Summer, Fall and Spring 14  384  10  5  - 
13.  Summer, Winter and Spring 3  -  -  -  - 
14.  Fall, Winter and Spring 311  -  -  -  1,510 
15.  Four Terms Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring 298  -  -  -  - 
16.  Term Totals Total Summer 442  548  19  13  - 
17.  Total Fall 834  2,327  1,876  1,806  1,678 
18.  Total Winter 794  -  -  -  1,595 
19.  Total Spring 866  2,137  1,744  1,799  1,533 
20.  Any Term Net Individuals 1,131  2,514  2,086  2,070  1,698 
*Students may establish California residency during the course of the college year.
Table 28 - Non-Residents Only (continued)
 
Patterns of Student Enrollment, 2012-13 College Year
 
San
 Enrollment Pattern Marcos Sonoma Stanislaus
 1.  One Term Summer Only -  -  - 
 2.  Fall Only 36  15  14 
 3.  Winter Only -  -  - 
 4.  Spring Only 36  (6)* 7 
 5.  Two Terms Summer and Fall -  -  1 
 6.  Summer and Winter -  -  - 
 7.  Summer and Spring -  -  - 
 8.  Fall and Winter -  -  - 
 9.  Fall and Spring 164  81  72 
10.  Winter and Spring -  -  - 
11.  Three Terms Summer, Winter and Fall -  -  - 
12.  Summer, Fall and Spring 2  -  4 
13.  Summer, Winter and Spring -  -  - 
14.  Fall, Winter and Spring -  -  - 
15.  Four Terms Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring -  -  - 
16.  Term Totals Total Summer 2  -  5 
17.  Total Fall 202  96  91 
18.  Total Winter -  -  - 
19.  Total Spring 202  75  83 
20.  Any Term Net Individuals 238  90  98 
*Students may establish California residency during the course of the college year.
Table 28 - Non-Residents Only (continued)
 
Patterns of Student Enrollment, 2012-13 College Year
 Enrollment Pattern Quarter Semester Total
 1.  One Term Summer Only 121 86 207
 2.  Fall Only 439 2,062 2,501
 3.  Winter Only 44 - 44
 4.  Spring Only 265 1,373 1,638
 5.  Two Terms Summer and Fall 119 99 218
 6.  Summer and Winter 3 - 3
 7.  Summer and Spring 3 7 10
 8.  Fall and Winter 241 - 241
 9.  Fall and Spring 65 10,729 10,794
10.  Winter and Spring 231 - 231
11.  Three Terms Summer, Winter and Fall 93 - 93
12.  Summer, Fall and Spring 63 444 507
13.  Summer, Winter and Spring 14 - 14
14.  Fall, Winter and Spring 3,446 - 3,446
15.  Four Terms Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring 665 - 665
16.  Term Totals Total Summer 1,081 636 1,717
17.  Total Fall 5,131 13,334 18,465
18.  Total Winter 4,737 - 4,737
19.  Total Spring 4,752 12,553 17,305
20.  Any Term Net Individuals 5,812 14,800 20,612
Note:  CSU Stanislaus became a semester campus in 2010-11 and has no winter term.
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