Strategic Enrollment for Fall 2006. Los Angeles Trade-Technical College Academic Affairs. Understanding the Importance of Scheduling in Enrollment Management. A well-planned schedule of classes results in MORE or LESS REVENUE to the college.
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Los Angeles Trade-Technical CollegeAcademic Affairs
MORE or LESS
to the college.
California Community Colleges generate revenue from student enrollment in a given fiscal year (July 1- June 30).
Revenue earned is used to operate the college, offer an instructional program and pay salaries for the next year.
Generally, revenue to the college comes as a result of the FTES generated by the college each year –
$3,900 per FTES
(Full-time Equivalent Students)
1 FTES = 1 Student * 3 hours per week * 5 courses per semester (15 hr. load) * 17.5 weeks per semester (TLM) * 2 semesters per year = 525 hours
. In course outlines on file in Academic Affairs
. DEC General Course Display screen (S420, in Protocol, and on District Website in Curriculum pages.
(All hours being discussed are in terms of hours per week on a traditional 18 week academic calendar and must be kept current through Curriculum Committee and collective bargaining as appropriate.)
8 Week Course that meets Tuesday night and all day Saturday
Tuesday Night – 2.3 hours
Saturday – 2.3 hours
TBA – 2.3 hours
What happened between 1990 and 1993?
1. Start and End Dates, Start and End Times
2. Lecture or Lab (Block Grant $$$)
3. Shared Classes (and/or indicator)
4. Regular Fund or Special Fund (SFP’s)
5. Credit or Noncredit
6. On Campus or Off Campus (Facility Use)