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CSU Spring Term Enrollment Summary


Spring 1997

June 1997

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Explanatory Notes

1. This report is based on the Student Enrollment File (ERSS) of the Chancellor's Office Enrollment Reporting System, Division of Analytic Studies.

2. The census date for this report is the close of the third week of instruction for campuses on a quarter system and the fourth week of instruction for campuses on a semester system. Enrollments are in terms of the net number of students actively enrolled on the census date.

3. Enrollment type is based on the number of semester or quarter credit hours for which a student was enrolled on the census date, as follows:

    Part-time students--fewer than 12 semester or quarter hours. Full-time students--12 or more semester or quarter hours.

As of Fall 1993, for postbaccalaureate/graduate students only:

    Part-time students--fewer than 9 semester or quarter hours. Full-time students--9 or more semester or quarter hours.

4. Class level is determined by the number of accumulated semester or quarter credit hours as follows:

              Class Level        Semester Hours                 Quarter Hours

              Freshman           fewer than 30                  fewer than 45
              Sophomore          30 to fewer than 60            45 to fewer than 90
              Junior             60 to fewer than 90            90 to fewer than 135
              Senior             90 or more                     135 or more

5. A postbaccalaureate student holds an acceptable baccalaureate or its equivalent and has not been enrolled in a graduate program.

6. A graduate student holds an acceptable baccalaureate or its equivalent and has been enrolled in a graduate program. The distinction between graduate and postbaccalaureate students reflects transitional reporting based on either Student Standing Code or Degree Objective Code.

7. Full-time equivalent (FTE) is a measurement of enrollment derived by dividing total student credit hours for a term by 15, both for graduate and undergraduate students.

8. Definitions of term FTE in the 4-1-4 system at Stanislaus do not conform to systemwide definitions. The inclusion of the special winter term, however, adjusts FTE to systemwide comparability and uniformity of annual FTE.




CSU Spring Term Enrollment Summary, Spring 1997

Table of Contents

Tables 1 through 7

Table 1. Total Enrollment by Sex and Student Level, Spring 1997

Table 2. Total Full-Time Equivalent Students by Sex and Student Level, Spring 1997

Table 3. Full-Time Enrollment by Sex and Student Level, Spring 1997

Table 4. Part-Time Enrollment by Sex and Student Level, Spring 1997

Table 5. Full-Time and Part-Time Student Undergraduate Transfers by Student Level, Spring 1997

Table 6. Full-Time and Part-Time Freshman Enrollment by Enrollment Status, Spring 1997

Table 7. Full-Time and Part-Time Postbaccalaureate Student Enrollment by Enrollment Status, Spring 1997

Tables 8 through 14

Table 8. Full-Time and Part-Time Graduate Student Enrollment by Enrollment Status, Spring 1997

Table 9. Undergraduate Transfer Students by Student Level and Sex, Spring 1997

Table 10. Freshman Student Enrollment by Enrollment Status and Sex, Spring 1997

Table 11. Postbaccalaureate Student Enrollment by Enrollment Status and Sex, Spring 1997

Table 12. Graduate Student Enrollment by Enrollment Status and Sex, Spring 1997

Table 13. Undergraduate Transfers by Segment of Origin and Sex, Spring 1997

Table 14. First-Time Freshmen by Type of High School of Graduation and Sex, Spring 1997


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