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Texas Higher Education Fall 2008 Preliminary Enrollment Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board October 23, 2008. Preliminary Headcount. Based on the 12 th class day enrollment Usually drops approximately 5 percent when certified. Hurricane Ike.

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Preliminary headcount

Texas Higher Education Fall 2008 Preliminary EnrollmentTexas Higher Education Coordinating BoardOctober 23, 2008


Preliminary headcount

Preliminary Headcount

  • Based on the 12th class day enrollment

  • Usually drops approximately 5 percent when certified

THECB 10/2008


Hurricane ike

Hurricane Ike

  • Galveston College was up approximately 10%, but is currently even with last fall

  • Texas A&M Galveston was up 10%, but now are expecting to be down a little because of moving all courses to College Station for the semester

  • Lamar Port Arthur is down 11%

THECB 10/2008


53 743

53,743

THECB 10/2008


70 of growth at two year colleges

70% of Growth at Two-Year Colleges

THECB 10/2008

*Career College data not included.


Hispanic growth was 44 of the increase

Hispanic growth was 44% of the increase

THECB 10/2008

*Holds Career College enrollment constant.


Participation since 2000 289 209 increase

Participation Since 2000: 289,209 Increase

289,209

THECB 10/2008


Public two year colleges enroll an increasing proportion of higher education students

Public two-year colleges enroll an increasing proportion of higher education students

THECB 10/2008


Dual credit is an increasing share of the 2 year college enrollment

Dual credit is an increasing share of the 2-year college enrollment

4.7%

5.4%

7.2%

9.7%

10.6%

3.9%

5.8%

6.8%

THECB 10/2008


Target to increase hispanic enrollment remains a big challenge

Target to increase Hispanic enrollment remains a big challenge

Hispanic

White

African Am

THECB 10/2008

Source: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board


Increases are not uniform

High Plains

393

Metroplex

14,260

0.6%

Upper Rio

Grande

1,362

Central

9,481

4.9%

4.4%

7.3%

3.1%

1.5%

12.9%

4.2%

3.4%

4.9%

South Texas

10,626

Gulf Coast

8,320

Increases Are Not Uniform

Southeast

4,290

THECB 10/2008


Majority of large increases are in high growth regions

Majority of large increases are in high growth regions

Tarrant

5,808

Tyler JC

1,791

Texas A&M

1,584

Austin CCD

1,967

Lamar Univ.

3,125

Alamo CCD

2,545

U. Houston - 1,434

HCCD – 1,445

Lonestar CCD – 2,015

South Texas

2,258

THECB 10/2008


Summary

Summary

  • Overall, we have an increase of almost 290,000 students since 2000

  • Even with expected declines from preliminary data this will be the largest increases since 2002

  • 70% of growth was at two-year colleges

  • Hispanic enrollment continues to grow, but more needed

THECB 10/2008


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