Reports by College Year
Reports by Report-Type for All Years
For each college year, you will find enrollment reports that specify headcounts and full-time equivalent students by campus and by term (see College Year Report). Each report begins with a set of explanatory notes that defines part-time and full-time status, class level, undergraduate and graduate status, post-baccalaureate status, and full-time equivalent student.
For each fall term, there also are thematic enrollment reports. Collectively, they describe selected student demographics (i.e., age, gender, and ethnicity), student geographical origins (e.g., California resident or out of state), institutional origins (e.g., California public high school or community college), declared majors, plus the admissions and enrollment status of new students (e.g., regular admits and exceptional admits). Enrollment statistics listed for fall term are essentially the same figures submitted to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) via the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).
Thematic statistics posted for the college year focus on enrollment in teacher credential programs, degree seekers enrolled in self-support courses, degrees awarded, plus the campus origins and destinations of transfer students from California community colleges.