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Fall 2010 Enrollment Summary Institutional Research Office February 2010


TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary ...................................................................................................... 1 EWC Final Enrollment ................................................................................................... 3 Fall Full-Time Headcount .............................................................................................. 5 Fall Full-Time Goshen County Students ..................................................................... 6 Fall Part-Time Headcount ............................................................................................. 7 Fall Headcount by Age.................................................................................................. 8 Fall Age Under Age 25/Age 25 and Older .................................................................... 9 Fall FTE by Location ................................................................................................... 11 Fall Concurrent Courses ............................................................................................ 13 Fall High School Student Headcount ........................................................................ 14 Fall Distance Education Courses............................................................................... 16 Fall Distance Education Students.............................................................................. 17 Fall Developmental Courses ...................................................................................... 19 Fall Developmental Students ..................................................................................... 20 Fall Degree-Seeking/Developmental Students ......................................................... 22 Fall On-Campus Evening Courses............................................................................. 23 Fall On-Campus Evening Students............................................................................ 24 Fall Student Majors ..................................................................................................... 25 Fall Non-Credit Enrollment ......................................................................................... 26 Fall Workforce Development Credit Courses ........................................................... 27 Fall Workforce Development Non-Credit Courses ................................................... 28 High School Market Share .......................................................................................... 29

Semester enrollment reports are posted on the EWC website at http://ewc.wy.edu


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Fall 2010 headcount increased 5.7% and the FTE increased 1.2% compared to Fall 2009. Full-time headcount was down 10 students and part-time headcount was up 107 students resulting in a total increase of 97 students. The number of students who attended EWC for the first time in Fall 2010 was down 23 full-time students and up 35 part-time students. The number of students who had attended EWC anytime prior to Fall 2010 was up 13 full-time students and up 72 part-time students. Goshen County was down 14 full-time and up 14 part-time students, and Outreach increased by 4 full-time and 93 part-time students. Goshen County FTE decreased by 17.92 FTE, and Outreach increased by 32.42 FTE. Outreach accounted for 39.3% of the FTE.

Credit course offerings are provided as regular courses in both Goshen County and the 12 outreach sites. In addition, concurrent enrollment in the high schools, and distance learning courses are also offered. Outreach had 55.0% of its 481.84 FTE from concurrent enrollment courses. Goshen County courses generated 744.50 FTE of which 5.6% were from concurrent enrollment courses, 3.93% from evening courses, and 14.72% from distance education courses. Concurrent enrollment courses generated 59.9% of the 442.17 non-LEA (Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy) FTE from outreach.

One of the challenges in scheduling courses is determining the time and delivery method that will best serve the largest number of students and accommodate the needs of non-traditional and site bound students. Some of the on-campus day students enrolled in distance learning and/or evening courses may prefer to take the courses during the daytime in a regular course setting; however, that option is not always available. The 43 distance education courses served 148 students living in EWC’s outreach areas and 127 students living in Goshen County for a total of 275 students. However, 84 (66.14%) of the 127 students in Goshen County were also enrolled in regular on-campus day courses. Similarly, the 15 on-campus credit evening courses served a total of 129 students with 83 (64.34%) of the students also enrolled in regular on-campus day courses.

Developmental courses are offered for those students who do not have college level skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. Developmental courses enrolled 182 students which

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accounted for 5.42% of the FTE. Of the 182 students enrolled in developmental courses, 169 (92.9%) of those students are seeking an associate degree or certificate.

The total Fall 2010 headcount was 1793 students. Of those students, 1049 (58.5%) were nondegree seeking. The academic programs with the largest enrollments were Interdisciplinary Studies, Welding & Joining Technology, Veterinary Technology, and Pre-Nursing. Eastern Wyoming College provides numerous non-credit and workforce development offerings. EWC’s non-credit enrollment was 1436 students compared to 1,432 students in Fall 2009. EWC’s workforce development efforts provided 55 credit courses totaling 102.67 FTE and 55 non-credit courses meeting for a total of 503.00 contact hours to provide further educational opportunities for individuals in or preparing to enter the workforce.

The Fall 2010 on-campus, full-time students came from 22 states and five foreign countries. Most of the students came from five states: Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, South Dakota, and Montana. Within Wyoming, the full-time, on-campus students came from 22 counties, with the majority coming from Goshen, Laramie, Platte, and Niobrara. The gender distribution for all credit students reflects 39% male and 61% female. The ethnicity distribution was 78.14% white non-Hispanic, 14.5% unknown ethnicity and race, 4.57% Hispanic, and 2.79% all others. The average age of students enrolled in credit courses was 28.19 with a 22.34 average for full-time students and a 31.40 average for part-time students.

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EWC experienced a 5.7% increase in total student headcount as compared to Fall 2009. The total student headcount of 1,793 students reflects an overall increase of 97 students. Total full-time enrollment is 58 students above the five-year average and total part-time enrollment is 136 students above the five-year average for a total of 193 students above the five-year average. HEADCOUNT Full - Time First Time Previous Total Full Time Part - Time First Time Previous Total Part Time Total Headcount

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Fall 2010

Fall 2009 FINAL

VAR

%

5 Yr. AVG

248 240 488

298 242 540

276 278 554

323 314 637

300 327 627

-23

-7.1%

289

13

4.1%

280

-10

-1.6%

569

352 606 958

393 625 1,018

425 526 951

524 535 1,059

559 607 1,166

35

6.7%

451

72

13.5%

580

107

10.1%

1030

1,446

1,558

1,505

1,696

1,793

97

5.7%

1600

EWC experienced a 1.2% increase in FTE compared to Fall 2009. The FTE is 112.59 above the 5 year average. FTE Total FTE

Fall 2006 1,004.79

Fall 2007 1,051.00

Fall 2008 1,074.79

Fall 2009 1,211.83

Fall F ll 2010 FINAL 1,226.34

VAR 14.51

% 1.2%

5 Yr. AVG 1113.75

Fall 2010 Enrollment Report Footnotes: Total students exclusively auditing classes:

206.00

Total number of hours enrolled by auditees:

213.00

Total students taking audit hours within regular courses:

117.00

Total number of audited hours:

121.00

Total credits enrolled by credit students: Total FTE is 1226.34 Total Headcount is 1793

14,382.00

Total hours enrolled by all students including all audited hours:

14,716.00

Source: WCCC Enrollment Report

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Fall Trends Fall Headcount Trends 1900 1800 1700

Headcount

1600 1500 1400 1300 Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Fall 2009

Term

Total Headcount  Year

Fall 2010

5 Yr. AVG

Fall FTE Trends 1,300.00

FTE

1,200.00 1,100.00 1,000.00 900.00 800.00 Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

Term Total FTE  Year

5 Yr. AVG

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FALL FULL-TIME HEADCOUNT EWC experienced an increase of 4 (2.8%) full-time students in Outreach enrollment and a decrease of 14 (2.8%) students in Goshen County for a total decrease of 10 (1.6%) students as compared to Fall 2009. Outreach full-time headcount was 13 above the fiveyear average. Goshen County was 45 above the five-year average for an overall 58 students above the five-year average. Student Location

Year

5 Yr.

06

07

08

09

10

Avg.

Douglas

47

67

41

59

66

56

Glenrock

0

0

0

0

1

0

LEA Converse County

54

46

35

41

31

41

101

113

76

100

98

97.6

Hulett

0

0

0

0

0

0

Moorcroft

10

13

2

18

12

11

Sundance

2

0

3

0

4

2

Crook County

12

13

5

18

16

13

Lusk

1

0

1

2

1

1

Niobrara County

1

0

1

2

1

1

Chugwater

0

0

0

0

0

0

Glendo

1

0

0

0

0

0

Guernsey

0

0

0

1

0

0

Wheatland

5

1

4

4

8

4

Platte County

6

1

4

5

8

5

Newcastle

16

8

14

15

17

14

Upton

0

1

0

0

2

1

Weston County

16

9

14

15

19

15

Other*

1

0

1

1

3

1 0

137

136

101

141

145

132

Variance

-1

-35

40

4

% Change

-0.7%

-25.7%

39.6%

2.8%

404

453

496

482

Variance

53

49

43

-14

% Change

15.1%

12.1%

9.5%

-2.8%

540

554

637

627

52 10.7%

14 2.6%

83 15.0%

-10 -1.6%

Outreach

Goshen

Total Variance % Change

351

488

437

569

* Three Full-Time Distance Education Students Living in WY Outside the EWC Service Area Source: Colleague FTE Summary Report

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Fall Full‐Time Headcount 800

Students

600 400 200 0

Year Outreach

06 137

07 136

08 101

09 141

10 145

Goshen

351

404

453

496

482

Total

488

540

554

637

627

FALL FULL-TIME GOSHEN COUNTY STUDENTS STATE Wyoming Alaska Arizona California Colorado Idaho Illinois Indiana Kansas Kentucky Minnesota Mississippi Montana Nebraska New Jersey Neveda New Mexico New York North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina South Dakota Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Wisconsin International Total

TOTAL 305 3 4 3 33 2

1 5 1 17 64

1 1 1 1 1 2 22 1 5

2 2 5 482

% 63.3% 0.6% 0.8% 0.6% 6.8% 0.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.2% 0.0% 1.0% 0.2% 3.5% 13.3% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.2% 0.2% 0.2% 0.2% 0.2% 0.4% 0.0% 4.6% 0.2% 1.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.4% 0.4% 1.0% 100.0%

COUNTY Goshen Albany Big Horn Campbell Carbon Converse Crook Freemont Hot Springs Johnson Laramie Lincoln Natrona Niobrara Park Platte Sheridan Sublette Sweetwater Teton Uinta Washakie Weston Total

TOTAL 185 5 1 10 6 8 5 7 1 21 2 7 11 2 18 2 3 2 1 2 1 5 305

% 60.7% 1.6% 0.3% 3.3% 2.0% 2.6% 1.6% 2.3% 0.0% 0.3% 6.9% 0.7% 2.3% 3.6% 0.7% 5.9% 0.7% 1.0% 0.7% 0.3% 0.7% 0.3% 1.6% 100.0%

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FALL PART-TIME HEADCOUNT EWC experienced an increase of 93 (14.8%) part-time students in outreach enrollment and an increase of 14 (3.3%) students in Goshen County for a total increase of 107 (10.1%) students as compared to Fall 2009. Fall 2010 Outreach part-time headcount was 126 students above the five-year average, and Goshen County part-time headcount was 9 above the five-year average. The total part-time headcount was above the fiveyear average by 136 students.

06 196 34 0 230 15 29 36 80 26 26 1 5 20 81 107 83 21 104 3

07 196 24 1 221 16 40 22 78 42 42 0 1 14 61 76 90 14 104 4

Year 08 194 28 4 226 27 36 29 92 31 31 1 3 9 51 64 116 15 131 12

09 226 49 0 275 25 39 36 100 26 26 0 2 16 56 74 113 25 138 17

10 264 32 4 300 21 37 48 106 31 31 0 13 18 89 120 110 20 130 36

Outreach Variance % Change

550

525 -25 -4.5%

556 31 5.9%

630 74 13.3%

723 93 14.8%

597

Goshen Variance % Change

408

493 85 20.8%

395 -98 -19.9%

429 34 8.6%

443 14 3.3%

434

Total Variance % Change

958

1,018 60 6.3%

951 -67 -6.6%

1,059 108 11.4%

1,166 107 10.1%

1,030

Student Location Douglas Glenrock LEA Converse County Hulett Moorcroft Sundance Crook County Lusk Niobrara County Chugwater Glendo Guernsey Wheatland Platte County Newcastle Upton Weston County Other*

* Part-Time Distance Education Students Living Outside the EWC Service Area Source: Colleague FTE Summary Report

5 Yr. Avg. 215 33 2 250 21 36 34 91 31 31 0 5 15 68 88 102 19 121 14


FALL PART-TIME HEADCOUNT

Fall Part‐Time Headcount

Students

1200 900 600 300 0 Goshen

06 408

07 493

08 395

09 429

10 443

Outreach

550

525

556

630

723

Total

958 

1,018 

951 

Year

1,059  1,166 

FALL HEADCOUNT BY AGE The two highest enrollments by age group were the 17-24 age group with 51.5% of the enrollment and 16 or younger with 12.2% of the enrollment. The most significant changes were an increase of 38 (17 full-time and 26 part-time) students in the 16 or younger age group and an increase of 27 students in the 17-24 age group. The largest decrease was 14 students in the 30-34 age group.

Age 16 or Younger 17-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-49 50-59 60 or older Unknown Total

Full-Time No. 17 504 47 24 14 16 3 2 0 627

Average Age of 698 Men: 27.01 Average Age of 1072 Women: 28.97

% 2.7% 80.4% 7.5% 3.8% 2.2% 2.6% 0.5% 0.3% 0.0% 100%

Part-Time No. 201 420 88 59 78 93 106 98 23 1,166

% 17.2% 36.0% 7.5% 5.1% 6.7% 8.0% 9.1% 8.4% 2.0% 100%

Total No. 218 924 135 83 92 109 109 100 23 1,793

% 12.2% 51.5% 7.5% 4.6% 5.1% 6.1% 6.1% 5.6% 1.3% 100%

Average Age of 1143 Part-time Students: 31.40 Average Age of 627 Full-time Students: 22.34

Average Age of 1770 Men and Women: 28.19

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FALL UNDER AGE 25/AGE 25 AND OLDER EWC experienced an increase in the number of students less than age 25 in outreach by 81 (16.1%) students and a decrease of 16 (2.8%) students in Goshen County for a total increase of 65 (6.0%) students less than age 25. Outreach had an increase of 7 (2.7%) students age 25 and older, and Goshen County experienced an increase of 27 (8.1%) for a total increase of 34 (5.7%) students age 25 and older. The Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy had 11 students less than age 25 and 24 students age 25 or older. Year Student Location

06 07 08 09 LT 25 GE 25 LT 25 GE 25 LT 25 GE 25 LT 25 GE 25

Total Var

10 LT 25

GE 25

Douglas

146

97

165

98

158

77

164

120

212

118

46

Glenrock

20

14

15

9

23

5

37

12

28

5

-16

LEA Converse County

13 179

41 152

16 196

31 138

10 191

29 111

13 214

28 160

11 251

24 147

-6 24

6

9

13

3

22

5

18

7

17

4

-4

Hulett Moorcroft

26

13

43

9

24

14

49

8

45

4

-8

Sundance Crook County

25 57

13 35

19 75

3 15

28 74

4 23

34 101

1 16

41 103

11 19

17

Lusk Niobrara County

9 9

18 18

10 10

32 32

15 15

17 17

14 14

14 14

15 15

16 16

3

Chugwater

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Glendo

6

0

1

0

3

0

2

0

6

7

11

Guernsey

12

8

8

6

8

1

15

2

17

1

1

Wheatland

55

31

45

17

41

12

42

18

75

22

37

Platte County

74

39

54

23

52

14

59

20

98

30

49

Newcastle

69

30

77

21

87

43

92

34

92

35

1

Upton

16

5

11

3

9

6

20

5

21

1

-3

Weston County

85

35

88

24

96

49

112

39

113

36

-2

Other*

1

3

1

3

9

4

3

11

4

19

9

405

282

Outreach

5

3

424

235

437

218

503

260

584

267

Variance

19

-47

13

-17

66

42

81

7

88

% Change

4.7%

16.1%

2.7%

11.5%

558

361

Goshen

469

289

Variance % Change Total

-16.7% 3.1%

556

339

540

87

50

-16

18.6% 17.3% -2.9% 874

571

-7.2% 306

15.1% 19.3% 574

334

-33

34

28

-16

27

11

-9.7%

6.3%

9.2%

-2.8%

8.1%

1.2%

980

574

977

524

1077

594

1142

628

Variance

106

3

-3

-50

100

70

65

34

99

% Change

12.1%

0.5%

-0.3%

-8.7%

6.0%

5.7%

5.9%

10.2% 13.4%

* Distance Education Students Living Outside the EWC Service Area: 4 - Less Than Age 25 and 19 - Age 25 or Older LT- Less Than

GE- Greater or Equal To

23 students did not disclose age

Source: Colleague FTE Summary Report


FALL AGE UNDER 25/AGE 25 AND OLDER

Under Age��25

1200 1000

Students

800 600 400 200 0

Year

Outreach

06 405

07 424

08 437

09 503

10 584

Goshen

469

556

540

574

558

Total

874

980

977

1077

1142

Age 25 and Older

1200

Students

1000 800 600 400 200

Year

0

Outreach

06 282

07 235

08 218

09 260

10 267

Goshen

289

339

306

334

361

Total

571

574

524

594

628

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FALL FTE BY LOCATION EWC experienced an increase of 14.51 (1.2%) FTE compared to Fall 2009. Outreach had an increase of 32.42 (7.2%). Goshen County had a decrease of 17.92 (2.4%) FTE. The total FTE distribution was 39.3% Outreach and 60.7% Goshen County. Goshen County FTE was above the five-year average 56.62. Outreach was above the five-year average 56.02. The total FTE is 112.64 above the five-year average. Year

Student Location Douglas

Var

5 Yr.

06

07

08

09

10

Avg.

136.00

156.75

136.42

157.33

191.25

33.92

155.55 15.45

Glenrock

15.25

10.92

15.17

20.67

15.25

-5.42

LEA

95.50

77.08

62.33

69.17

39.67

-29.50

68.75

Converse County

246.75

244.75

213.92

247.16

246.17

-1.00

239.75

Hulett

2.75

5.58

10.58

9.58

8.42

-1.17

7.38

Moorcroft

22.50

34.17

14.42

40.83

36.67

-4.17

29.72

Sundance

16.00

9.33

13.50

12.75

24.58

11.83

15.23

Crook County

41.25

49.08

38.50

63.17

69.67

6.50

52.33

Lusk

8.25

8.42

11.08

11.17

10.00

-1.17

9.78

Niobrara County

8.25

8.42

11.08

11.17

10.00

-1.17

9.78

Chugwater

0.33

0.00

0.03

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.07

Glendo

3.83

0.25

1.33

0.83

3.42

2.58

1.93

Guernsey

7.50

3.58

1.83

6.08

7.08

1.00

5.22

Wheatland

44.00

31.17

31.50

36.42

50.17

13.75

38.65

Platte County

55.67

35.00

34.69

43.33

60.67

17.33

45.87

Newcastle

63.25

50.75

64.92

68.33

68.25

-0.08

63.10

Upton Weston County

9.75 73.00

5.83 56.58

7.33 72.25

10.08 78.42

12.17 80.42

9.03 72.13

Other*

2.67

1.34

4.67

6.17

14.92

2.08 2.00 8.75

427.58

395.17

375.11

449.41

481.84

32.42

425.82

Variance

-32.41

-20.07

74.31

32.42

% Change

-7.6%

-5.1%

19.8%

7.2%

655.83

699.46

762.42

744.50

-17.92

687.88

Variance

78.62

43.63

62.96

-17.92

% Change

13.6%

6.7%

9.0%

-2.4%

1,051.00

1,074.57

1,211.83

1,226.34

14.51

1,113.70

Variance

46.21

23.57

137.27

14.51

% Change

4.6%

2.2%

12.8%

1.2%

Outreach

Goshen

Total

577.21

1,004.79

5.95

*Distance Education Students

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FALL FTE BY STUDENT LOCATION

1400 1200

Students

1000 800 600 400 200 0

Year

Outreach

06 427.58

07 395.17

08 375.11

09 449.41

10 481.84

Goshen

577.21

655.83

699.46

762.42

744.50

1,004.79

1,051.00

1,074.57

1,211.83

1,226.34

Total

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FALL CONCURRENT COURSES Fall 2008 Course Location

No. Courses 25 4 29 5 10 8 23 2 2 0 1 1 11 13 24 4 28

Outreach

Fall 2009

61.50 13.58 75.08 9.50 9.92 11.17 30.59 5.25 5.25 0.00 0.75 1.33 20.42 22.50 36.58 4.58 41.16

No. Courses 25 4 29 3 12 9 24 1 1 0 2 2 17 21 21 6 27

95

174.58

Goshen

15

Total

110

Douglas Glenrock Converse County Hulett Moorcroft Sundance Crook County Lusk Niobrara County Chugwater Glendo Guernsey Wheatland Platte County Newcastle Upton Weston County

69.92 16.00 85.92 7.08 32.08 11.92 51.08 1.50 1.50 0.00 0.83 3.00 26.83 30.66 38.75 8.83 47.58

No. Courses 22 4 26 7 12 11 30 3 3 0 3 8 14 25 27 7 34

95.50 13.50 109.00 7.08 33.17 19.08 59.33 1.17 1.17 0.00 2.08 7.00 35.08 44.16 41.67 9.67 51.34

102

216.74

118

265.00

46.00

17

54.92

11

41.33

220 58 220.58

119

271 66 271.66

129

306 33 306.33

FTE

20.52%

% of Total FTE

Fall 2010

FTE

22.42%

FTE

24.98%

Source: Colleague COURSE.SECTIONS File

2008 Fall Concurrent Courses Goshen 14%

2009 Fall Concurrent Courses Goshen 14%

Outreach

9%

Outreach

86%

2008 Fall Concurrent FTE

Outreach 79%

Outreach

86%

2009 Fall Concurrent FTE

91%

2010 Fall Concurrent FTE Goshen 13%

Goshen 20%

Goshen 21%

2010 Fall Concurrent Courses Goshen

Outreach

80%

Outreach

87%

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FALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT HEADCOUNT The number of high school students enrolled in EWC credit classes increased by 49 students compared to Fall 2009. The number of full-time high school students increased by 10 students, and the number of part-time high school students increased by 39 students. Student Location

FT 20 0 20 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 11

Douglas Glenrock Converse County Hulett Moorcroft Sundance Crook County Lusk Niobrara County Chugwater Glendo Guernsey Wheatland Platte County Newcastle Upton Weston County Other

11 0

Fall 2008 PT Total 84 104 18 18 102 122 20 20 19 21 23 25 62 66 14 14 14 14 0 0 3 3 8 8 36 37 47 48 49 60 7 7 56 67 0 0

FT 20 0 20 0 16 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 11 0 11 0

Fall 2009 PT Total 103 123 35 35 138 158 18 18 25 41 34 34 77 93 6 6 6 6 0 0 2 2 13 13 36 39 51 54 55 66 19 19 74 85 0 0

FT 30 1 31 0 11 4 15 0 0 0 0 5 5 15 0 15 0

Fall 2010 PT Total 136 166 25 26 161 192 17 17 33 44 30 34 80 95 11 11 11 11 0 6 6 16 16 63 68 85 90 50 65 18 18 68 83 0 0

3 Yr. Avg. 131 26 157 18 35 31 85 10 10 0 4 12 48 64 64 15 78 0

Outreach

36

281

317

50

346

396

66

405

471

395

Goshen

8

117

125

11

101

112

5

81

86

108

Total

44

398

442

61

447

508

71

486

557

502

% of Total Students

29.37%

29.95%

31.07%

Source: Colleague W73.ENROLL.DETAIL.FINAL File

Outreach Headcount

Goshen County  Headcount 117

125

101 81

Students

Students

100 75 50

8

11

5

25

346

500

405

281

400 300 200

66

50

36

100

0

0 08

09

10

08

09

10

Part-Time

Full-Time

Year

08

09

10

Full-Time

08

09

10

Part-Time

Year

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FALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT HEADCOUNT

Student Location

Concurrent Courses Only

Regular Courses Only

Both Concurrent and Regular Courses

Total High School Students

FT

PT

Total

FT

PT

Total

FT

PT

Total

FT

PT

Total

Douglas Glenrock Converse County Hulett Moorcroft Sundance Crook County Lusk Niobrara County Chugwater Glendo Guernsey Wheatland Platte County Newcastle Upton Weston County Other*

23 1 24

120 25 145

143 26 169

1

2

3

6

14

20

1

2

3

6

14

20

30 1 31

136 25 161

166 26 192

8 2 10

17 32 30 79

17 40 32 89

3 2 5

1

4 2 6

11 4 15

17 33 30 80

17 44 34 95

5 5

5 5

6 6

11 11

11 11

6 16 60 82

6 16 65 87

2 2

6 16 63 85

6 16 68 90

15

50 18 68

65 18 83

15

50 18 68

65 18 83

Outreach

54

379

433

1

10

11

11

16

27

66

405

471

73

73

1

5

6

4

3

7

5

81

86

452

506

2

15

17

15

19

34

71

486

557

5 5 15

Goshen Total

54

6 6

2 2

1

1 1

1 1

5 5 15

Source: Colleague W73.ENROLL.DETAIL.FINAL

High School Enrollment by Student Type Regular Courses Only 3%

Both Concurrent and Regular Courses 6%

Concurrent Courses Only 91%

15


FALL DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSES Course Delivery Location Goshen Total

Fall 2008

Sections Students FTE Sections Students FTE Sections Students 49 49

Course Delivery Method Compressed Video Compressed Video/Internet Internet Total

Fall 2010

Fall 2009

361 361

86.00 86.00

42 42

Fall 2008

416 416

95.50 95.50

43 43

Fall 2009

491 491

109.58 109.58

Fall 2010

Sections Students FTE Sections Students FTE Sections Students 2

27

9.00

5

41

11.75

1

3

47 49

334 361

77.00 86.00

37 42

375 416

83.75 95.50

2 40 43

7 481 491

8.00% % of Total FTE Number of students is a duplicated headcount.

FTE

7.88%

FTE 1.00 1.75 106.83 109.58

8.94%

Source: Colleague COURSE.SECTIONS File

Distance Education Courses FTE 109.58 95.50

100.00

FTE

95.00 86.00

90.00 85.00 80.00 75.00 2008

2009

2010

Year

16


FALL DISTANCE EDUCATION STUDENTS Full-Time / Part-Time Student Location Douglas Glenrock Converse County Hulett Moorcroft Sundance Crook County Lusk Niobrara County Chugwater Glendo Guernsey Wheatland Platte County Newcastle Upton Weston County Other*

FT 15 0 15 0 0 1 1 1 1 0

0 0 3 3 3 0 3 0

Fall 2008 PT Total 20 35 4 4 24 39 4 4 2 2 1 2 7 8 10 11 10 11 1 1 0 0 1 1 11 14 13 16 32 35 4 4 36 39 12 12

FT 25 0 25 0 2 0 2 2 2 0

0 1 1 2 4 0 4 1

Fall 2009 PT Total 18 43 9 9 27 52 5 5 4 6 2 2 11 13 5 7 5 7 0 0 0 0 2 3 9 10 11 13 26 30 2 2 28 32 17 18

FT 21 0 21 0 1 0 1 1 1 0

0 0 2 2 2 2 4 2

Fall 2010 PT Total 22 43 6 6 28 49 4 4 3 4 2 2 9 10 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 13 15 14 16 29 31 0 2 29 33 36 38

Outreach

23

102

125

36

99

135

31

117

148

Goshen

68

39

107

84

41

125

76

51

127

Total

91

141

232

120

140

260

107

168

275

% of Total Students

15.42%

15.33%

15.34%

Number of students is a non-duplicated headcount.

17


FALL DISTANCE EDUCATION STUDENTS Age

Student Location Douglas Glenrock Converse County Hulett Moorcroft Sundance Crook County Lusk Niobrara County Chugwater Glendo Guernsey Wheatland Platte County Newcastle Upton Weston County Other

Fall 2008 Fall 2009 LT 25 GE 25 Total LT 25 GE 25 Total 22 13 35 20 23 43 0 4 4 2 7 9 22 17 39 22 30 52 0 4 4 0 5 5 0 2 2 5 1 6 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 7 8 5 7 12 0 11 11 0 7 7 0 11 11 0 7 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 4 10 14 2 8 10 4 12 16 3 10 13 12 23 35 8 22 30 0 4 4 0 2 2 12 27 39 8 24 32 8 4 12 3 11 14

Fall 2010 LT 25 GE 25 Total 16 27 43 1 5 6 17 32 49 0 4 4 1 3 4 0 2 2 1 9 10 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 11 15 4 12 16 10 21 31 1 1 2 11 22 33 4 18 22

Outreach

47

78

125

41

89

130

37

95

132

Goshen

57

50

107

73

48

121

76

51

127

Total

104

128

232

114

137

251

113

146

259

. Source: Colleague W73.ENROLL.DETAIL.FINAL File

18


FALL DEVELOPMENTAL COURSES BY LOCATION Fall 2008 Course Location

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

Sections Students FTE Sections Students FTE Sections Students FTE

Douglas Glenrock Converse County Hulett Moorcroft Sundance Crook County Lusk Niobrara County Chugwater Glendo Guernsey Wheatland Platte County Newcastle Upton Weston County

2 1 3.00

12 2 14.00

3.50 0.50 4.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

6

31

8.50

6

28

7.50

6.00

31.00

8.50

6.00

28.00

7.50

0.00 1 1.00

0.00 7 7.00

0.00 2.33 2.33

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1

1

0.33

3 3.00 2

9 9.00 2

2.42 2.42 0.50

3 3.00 2

6 6.00 7

1.83 1.83 1.75

2 3.00 2

10 11.00 9

2.83 3.16 2.25

2.00

2.00

0.50

2.00

7.00

1.75

2.00

9.00

2.25

Outreach

8

25

6.92

12.00

51

14.41

11

48

12.91

Goshen

12

141

40.67

14

167

46.92

12

187

53.50

Total

20

166

47.59

26

218

61.33

23

235

66.41

FALL DEVELOPMENTAL COURSES BY COURSE Fall 2008 Course

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

Sections Students FTE Sections Students FTE Sections Students FTE

DVST 0510 / HMDV 0510 DVST 0520 / HMDV 0520 DVST 0620 / ENGL 0620 DVST 0630 / ENGL 0630 DVST 0640 / ENGL 0640 DVST 0810 / HMDV 0810 DVST 0860 / MATH 0860 DVST 0900 / MATH 0900 DVST 0915 / MATH 0915 MATH 0920 MATH 0930

1 1 1 1 5

3 10 8 7 23

0.75 2.50 2.00 1.75 5.75

2 1 2 1 4

5 11 14 8 36

1.25 2.75 3.50 2.00 9.00

2 2 2 1 4

5 13 9 12 48

1.25 3.25 2.25 3.00 12.00

1 5

3 42

1.00 10.50

1 5

5 62

1.67 15.50

5

56

14.00

3 2

47 23

15.67 7.67

8 2

62 15

20.67 5.00

6 1

78 14

25.99 4.67

Total

20

166

47.59

26

218

61.34

23

235

66.41

% of Total FTE

4.43%

5.06%

5.42%

Source: Colleague COURSE.SECTIONS File

19


FALL DEVELOPMENTAL STUDENTS BY FULL-TIME/PART-TIME Student Location Douglas Glenrock Converse County Hulett Moorcroft Sundance Crook County Lusk Niobrara County Chugwater Glendo Guernsey Wheatland Platte County Newcastle Upton Weston County Other

Fall 2008 FT PT Total 1 10 11 2 2 1 12 13

3 3

Fall 2009 FT PT Total 12 14 26

Fall 2010 FT PT Total 13 9 22

12

14

26

13

2

1

3

2 1 1

1 7 7

3 8 8

5 5 1

8 8 1

5 5 7

5 5 7

1 1

1

1

7

7

1 1

9

22

1

1

9 10 8 8 1

10 11 8 1 9 1

Outreach

4

18

22

15

34

49

15

28

43

Goshen

99

6

105

107

13

120

119

20

139

Total

103

24

127

122

47

169

134

48

182

% of Total Students

8.44%

9.96%

10.15%

Source: Colleague W73.ENROLL.DETAIL.FINAL File

20


FALL DEVELOPMENTAL STUDENTS BY AGE Student Location Douglas Glenrock Converse County Hulett Moorcroft Sundance Crook County Lusk Niobrara County Chugwater Glendo Guernsey Wheatland Platte County Newcastle Upton Weston County Other

Fall 2008 LT 25 GE 25 Total 3 8 11 0 2 2 3 10 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 7 3 4 7 1 0 1 0 1 0 1

Fall 2009 LT 25 GE 25 Total 8 18 26 0 8 18 26 0 2 1 3 0 2 1 3 4 4 8 4 4 8 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 5 5 4 2 6 0 4 2 6

Fall 2010 LT 25 GE 25 Total 9 13 22 0 9 13 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 5 5 10 6 5 11 2 6 8 0 1 1 2 7 9 0 1 1

Outreach

7

14

21

18

30

48

17

26

43

Goshen

84

21

105

97

18

115

106

33

139

91 LT- Less Than GE- Greater or Equal To

35

126

115

48

163

123

59

182

Total

Source: Colleague W73.ENROLL.DETAIL.FINAL File

21


FALL DEGREE-SEEKING/DEVELOPMENTAL STUDENTS The percent of AA and AS degree-seeking students enrolled in developmental course(s) during Fall 2010 was 2.2% higher than Fall 2009. The AAS degree-seeking students enrolled in developmental courses increased by 4.5% (seven students), and the Certificate-seeking students increased by 2.6% (four students).

Academic Programs

Fall 2008

Fall 2009 Total Dev Students Students

Fall 2010

Total Students

Dev Students

% Dev

AA/AS

400

99

24.8%

461

129

28.0%

487

139

28.5%

AAS

233

20

8.6%

233

19

8.2%

205

26

12.7%

Certificate

51

0

0.0%

39

2

5.1%

52

4

7.7%

Total

684

119

17.4%

733

150

20.5%

744

169

22.7%

% Dev

Total Dev Students Students

% Dev

Percent of Students by Program Type

Percentage age

30%

20% AA/AS 10%

AAS Certificate

0% 2008

2009

2010

Year

22


FALL ON-CAMPUS EVENING COURSES Fall 2008

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

Departments Sections Students ACCT AGEC ART BADM BIOL BOTK CMAP COSC CRMJ DVST ECON EDCI EDEC EDUC ENTK ENTR EQST FCSC HLTK HMDV JOUR MATH MUSC PEAT PEPR PSYC SOC STAT WELD ZOO Total

FTE

Sections Students

FTE

Sections Students

FTE

1

9

1.50

1

8

2.00

1

14

3.50

1

15

3.75

1 1

1 8

0.25 1.33

2

7

0.92

2

14

1.75

1

6

1.50

1

4

1.00

1

4

1.00

4

48

8.00

4

35

5.83

1 4

4 27

0.67 4.50

3 1

14 7

4.67 0.58

4 1

26 17

8.67 1.42

2 1

20 11

6.67 0.92

2

4

0.33

2 1

14 1

4.67 0.08

2

27

9.00

2

23

5.75

1

21

5.25

1

13

3.25

18

145

32.41

1 1 20

13 4 158

3.25 1.33 36.42

1 1 15

15 3 134

3.75 1.00 29.26

Sects Cancelled

8

6

7

Sects Offered

26

26

22

Source: Colleague COURSE.SECTIONS File

On‐Campus Evening  Sections Sections

On‐Campus Evening  FTE FTE

40

18

30

60.00

20

15

45.00

20

30.00

10

15.00

0

0.00

Year

2008

2009

2010

36.42 32.41

Year

2008

2009

29.26

2010

23


FALL ON-CAMPUS EVENING STUDENTS Full-Time / Part-Time FT Degree Seeking

Fall 2008 PT Total

FT

Fall 2009 PT Total

FT

Fall 2010 PT Total

88

23

111

76

30

106

75

20

95

Non-Degree Seeking

4

21

25

4

36

40

5

29

34

Total

92

44

136

80

66

146

80

49

129

Age Fall 2008

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

LT 25 GE 25 Total LT 25 GE 25 Total LT 25 GE 25 Total Degree Seeking

79

32

111

78

26

104

73

22

95

Non-Degree Seeking

8

17

25

12

28

40

7

27

34

Total

87

49

136

90

54

144

80

49

129

Source: Colleague COURSE.SECTIONS File

Full-Time Evening Students

Students

Students

88

Year

75

76

90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

60 50 21

23

30

30

29 20

20 5

4

4

10 0

2008

2009

2010

Year

Non-Degree Seeking

Less Than Age 25 Evening Students Students

Year

36

40

Degree Seeking

90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

Part-Time Evening Students

79

78

2008 Degree Seeking

2009

2010

Non-Degree Seeking

Age 25 or Greater Evening Students

Students 60

73

50 40 30

32

26 28 22

17

27

20 12

8

7

10 0

2008 Degree Seeking

2009

2010

Non-Degree Seeking

Year

2008 Degree Seeking

2009

2010

Non-Degree Seeking

24


EASTERN WYOMING COLLEGE STUDENT MAJORS The programs with the largest enrollments were Interdisciplinary Studies, Welding & Joining Technology, Veterinary Technology, and Pre-Nursing. The largest increases were in Undeclared and Interdisciplinary Studies. The Animal Science and Business Administration had the largest decreases this year. Construction Technology program has been put on hiatus and the two students enrolled are working on their AAS degrees. Major ACCT AGBP AGBUS AGEC AGED ANSC ART BADM BIOL BOFTK BOTK BSAD BSDL BSED BWEB CJCC CJCR CJLE CMJT CNET CNTK COMM CRDL CRMJ CSHT CSST CSMO CSNT ECON ECST EDCC EDEC ELED ENGL

Major Description Accounting Ag Beef Production Agricultural Business Agri-Economics Agri-Education Animal Science Art Business Administration Biology Business Office Technology (Certificate) Business Office Technology Business Administration Business Adm. - Distance Learning Business Education (Business) Web Design Criminal Justice - Corr. - Certificate Criminal Justice - Corrections Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement Criminal Justice Computer Networking Construction Technology Communication Criminal Justice - Distance Learning Criminal Justice Hair Technology Skin Technology Cosmetology Nail Technology Economics Early Child Studies Early Childcare Early Childhood Education Elementary Education English

Fall Fall Fall Variance 2008 2009 2010 15 11 12 1 2 4 2 9 12 11 -1 1 0 3 5 5 0 9 13 5 -8 9 13 14 1 30 30 27 -3 5 3 4 1 5 4 4 0 6 5 5 0 21 17 10 -7 2 2 1 -1 1 1 3 3 7 4 1 1 10 20 19 -1 19 26 35 9 5 3 2 -1 8 8 7 -1 12 9 2 -7 3 3 6 3 1 2 2 0 4 1 -1 6 2 -4 1 0 30 30 29 -1 4 3 2 -1 0 0 5 3 2 -1 9 17 15 -2 41 43 44 1 3 4 2 -2

Major ENTR ENVR FRCH GAGR HIST INST INSTU ITSS LANG MATH MEDTK MIS MTED MTT MUSC MUSED PDEN PEAC PHAR PMED PNSG POLS PSYC PVET REWM SCED SOC SPED UNDE VTTK WILD WJTK Total

Major Description Entrepreneurship Environmental Science Farm/Ranch Management General Agriculture History Interdisciplinary Studies INST - Undeclared Information Technology Support Languages (Foreign) Mathematics Medical Technology Management Information Systems Math Education Machine Tool Technology Music Music Education Pre-Dentistry Physical Education Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Medicine Pre-Nursing Political Science Psychology Pre-Veterinary Rangeland Ec &Wtrshd Mgt - Ag Secondary Education Sociology Special Education Undeclared Veterinary Technology Wildlife/Fisheries Biology & Management Welding & Joining Technology

Fall 2008

Fall 2009

33 3 1 85

22 3 3 118 1

4 4 2

2 1

Fall 2010 1 17 2 3 136 1 1 1

4 2

1 5 6

7 2 6 56

4 53

14 7 1 24 6

20 6 5 18 5

3 6 1 5 60 2 20 9 4 23 5

821 53 5 96 1,461

964 72 6 79 1,649

1049 74 3 87 1,793

Variance 1 0 -5 -1 0 18 0 0 1 -1 -1 0 0 -4 0 -1 -2 0 1 1 7 2 0 3 -1 5 0 0 85 2 -3 8 98

25


EWC NON-CREDIT ENROLLMENT Courses are identified as either Continuing Education or Community Service. Continuing Education are courses intended to provide job enrichment or workforce training. Community Service Education are courses intended to provide personal enrichment. The total number of students enrolled in non-credit courses for Fall 2010 was 1436 students, which is an increase of 4 students compared to Fall 2009 and 82 students above the three-year average.

NON-CREDIT HEADCOUNT

2008

2009

2010

3 Yr. Avg.

Unduplicated Headcount

376

247

273

299

Duplicated Headcount

438

281

357

359

872

1,197

1,185

1,085

Duplicated Headcount

1,051

1,487

1,440

1,326

Total CE + CS Duplicated Headcount

1,489

1,768

1,797

1,685

Total CE + CS Unique Headcount

1,195

1,432

1,436

1,354

Continuing Education Students (CE)

Community Service Students (CS) Unduplicated Headcount

Source: Colleague Non-Credit Enrollment Report

EWC NON-CREDIT ENROLLMENT

Students 2,000

1,797

1,768

1,800 1,600

1,489

1,487

1,440

1,432

1,436

1,400 1,195

1,200

1,051

1,000 800 600

438

400

357

281

200 0 2008 Continuing Education Students Duplicated Total CE + CS Duplicated Headcount

2009

2010

Year

Community Service Students Duplicated Total CE + CS Unique Headcount

26


WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Workforce development activities are defined as any training and/or educational related service leading to the acquisition of skills necessary to perform the duties of a particular job for those individuals in or preparing to enter the workforce. Only those courses organized or coordinated by EWC's workforce development efforts are included in the following table by career cluster as defined by the National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium.

Credit Courses EWC's workforce development offerings for college credit decreased by 6 course sections compared to Fall 2009. The duplicated student headcount decreased by 152 (23.4%) students, and the FTE decreased by 24.17 (19.1%) FTE. Workforce FTE represented 8.4% of total FTE. The Construction Technology program has been put on hiatus and is reflected in the decrease of Architecture and Construction classes, students, credit hours, and FTE. Year 2008

Career Clusters

Sections Students Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Architecture & Construction Arts, A/V Technology & Communications Business, Management & Administration Education & Training Finance Government & Public Administration Health Science Hospitality & Tourism Human Services Information Technology Law, Public Safety & Security Manufacturing Marketing, Sales & Service Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Total

2009 Credit Hours

FTE

5

34

15.00

8.50

1

13

3.00

3.25

11 12

83 76

14.00 33.00

6

60

2 10 5

11 199 54

52

530

Sections Students

2010 Credit Hours

FTE

Sections Students

Credit Hours

FTE

9

68

24.00

15.00

4

7

12.00

1.75

8.00 18.08

14 12

101 84

18.00 26.00

10.17 16.67

13 11

88 64

20.00 33.00

10.83 16.67

20.00

13.83

5

32

20.00

10.67

10

90

35.00

27.50

4.00 30.00 6.00

1.42 49.75 5.71

16 2

336 14

38.00 10.00

67.33 5.83

1 13 3

11 210 27

1.00 29.00 8.00

0.92 39.42 5.58

3

14

3.00

1.17

61

649

55

497

138.00

125.00 108.54

139.00 126.84

Source: Colleague COURSE.SECTIONS File

102.67


WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Non-Credit Courses Non-credit workforce development offerings increased compared to Fall 2009. The number of course sections increased by 6; the number of enrollments increased by 76, and the total contact hours increased by 25 hours.

Year 2008

Career Clusters

Sections Students Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Architecture & Construction Arts, A/V Technology & Communications Business, Management & Administration Education & Training Finance Government & Public Administration Health Science Hospitality & Tourism Human Services Information Technology Law, Public Safety & Security Manufacturing Marketing, Sales & Service Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Total

28 6 1

109 38 14

2009

2010

Contact Sections Students Hours

Contact Hours

1

4

6.00

2

7

8.00

16 9

71 27

31.00 304.00

16 19

86 149

38.00 358.00

1 12

22 82

8.00 56.00

13

88

48.00

170.00 40.00 3.50

Sections Students

Contact Hours

12

109

55.00

9

80

122.00

3 9

21 49

16.00 58.00

1 5 3

4 61 6

8.00 41.00 21.00

4 1

26 1

46.00 5.00

464.50

1 49

4 281

3.00 478.00

55

357

503.00

68

420

Source: Colleague COURSE.SECTIONS File

28


WYOMING HIGH SCHOOL MARKET SHARE Eastern Wyoming College received 40.16% of the Goshen County graduates Fall 2010, which was down 1.63% over Fall 2009 and 1.71% above the five-year average. Fall 2010, EWC received 14.23% of its service area graduates which is 1.65% above Fall 2009 and 1.02% above the five-year average. County Converse Graduates Converse EWC Students Percent Crook Graduates Crook EWC Students

06 216 13 6.02% 92

0.00% 135 41 30.37% Percent 29 2 Percent 6.90% 96 Percent

Goshen Graduates Goshen EWC Students Niobrara Graduates Niobrara EWC Students Platte Graduates Platte EWC Students

Percent Weston Graduates Weston EWC Students Percent Total Service Area Graduates Total Service Area EWC Students Percent Outside Service Area Graduates Outside Service Area EWC Students Percent

0.00% 74 1 1.35% 642 57 8.88% 4838 28 0.58%

07 146 15 10.27% 85 5 5.88% 131 55 41.98% 29 2 6.90% 98 6 6.12% 93 3 3.23% 582 86 14.78% 4755 32 0.67%

Year 08 166 14 8.43% 98 13 13.27% 145 55 37.93% 26 3 11.54% 98 4 4.08% 65 4 6.15% 598 93 15.55% 4885 25 0.51%

09 165 9 5.45% 83 4 4.82% 134 56 41.79% 34 1 2.94% 94 4 4.26% 86 1 1.16% 596 75 12.58% 4890 26 0.53%

10 143 9 6.29% 91 2 2.20% 127 51 40.16% 18 2 11.11% 105 9 8.57% 78 7 8.97% 562 80 14.23% 4854 35 0.72%

5 Yr. Avg. 167.20 12.00 7.29% 89.80 4.80 5.23% 134.40 51.60 38.45% 27.20 2.00 7.88% 98.20 4.60 4.61% 79.20 3.20 4.17% 596.00 78.20 13.21% 4844.40 29.20 0.60%

29


EWC Service Area High School Graduates 700

600

500

400

300

200

100

0 06

07

08 Year EWC Service Area Graduates EWC Service Area Graduates

09

10

Service Area Students Attending EWC Goshen County Graduates Goshen County Graduates Attending EWC

30


Fall 2010 enrollment report