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ENROLLMENT STATISTICS & DEPARTMENTAL COURSE AVAILABILITY
The file for each enrollment term below contains a combination of statistical analyses. Available breakdowns are:
Each course availability file lists the number of seats available for each class offered. Classes are sorted alphabetically by subject department within each college. The General Education Core Courses appear first and all Interdisciplinary classes at the end.
Only recent statistics are available via The Registrar's Office. For historical data, contact the Office of Institutional Research & Planning.
Enrollment Statistics and Seats Available
|Term||Enrollment Statistics||Departmental Course Availability|
|Fall 2014||Enrollment Statistics||Departmental Course Availability Listing|
|Summer 2015||Enrollment Statistics||Departmental Course Availability Listing|
|Spring 2015||Enrollment Statistics||Departmental Course Availability Listing|
|Winterim 2015||Enrollment Statistics||Departmental Course Availability Listing|
Statistics by Academic Year - The academic-year degree statistics pages below show the number of degrees earned and the number of average credits to degree for each major or minor. In most rows, you will see either [a] an August degree date with a Summer completion term, [b] a December degree date with a Fall completion term, or [c] a May degree date with a Spring completion term. However, there are 2 other possibilities: [d] the degree date in May and a Summer completion term indicates a "Summerim" graduate, and [e] the degree date in December and a Winter completion term indicates a "Winterim" graduate. There are totals given at the end of each major or minor group. Please note that any student having pre-database credits (credits that were earned prior to 1979) is excluded from the calculation of average credits to degree because those credit totals are not stored on the system. Such statistics are asterisked in each report wherever applicable.
Only recent statistics are available via The Registrar's Office. For historical degree counts and statistics, contact the Office of Institutional Research & Planning.
Summer 2014 through Spring 2015
Summer 2013 through Spring 2014