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Summer 2013 Enrollment Summary Institutional Research Office October 2013


TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary ...................................................................................................... 1 EWC Final Enrollment ................................................................................................... 2 Summer FTE by Location ............................................................................................. 3 Summer High School Student Headcount .................................................................. 5 Summer Distance Education Courses ........................................................................ 6 Summer Distance Education Students ....................................................................... 7 Summer Non-Credit Enrollment ................................................................................... 8 Summer Workforce Development Credit Courses ..................................................... 9 Summer Workforce Development Non-Credit Courses ........................................... 10

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


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY EWC experienced an 4.1% increase in total student headcount as compared to Summer 2012. The total student headcount of 482 students reflects an overall increase of 19 students. Full-time enrollment was up 5 students. Part-time enrollment was up 14 students (3.0%). Full Time Equivalency (FTE) increased by 14.25 (12.8%). Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy did not have any classes again this summer. The number of high school students enrolled in EWC credit classes increased by 14 students compared to Summer 2012. The number of part-time high school students increased by 14 students. There have not been any full-time high school students in the last six years. Summer Distance Education Courses were up 11 sections, up 65 students, and up 5.91 FTE compared to Summer 2012. A total of 649 students enrolled in non-credit courses for Summer 2013. EWC served 122 students in continuing education courses and 530 students in community service courses. It should be noted that several of the Kids College classes were scheduled At the same time as Goshen County Summer School. An effort was made to reschedule these classes, but enrollment was not as high as normal. EWC's workforce development offerings for college credit increased by 1 course section compared to Summer 2012. The duplicated student headcount decreased by 4 students, and the FTE decreased by 3.08. Non-credit workforce development offerings decreased by 4 sections compared to Summer 2012. The number of enrollments increased by 3 students and the total contact hours decreased by 140 hours.

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EASTERN WYOMING COLLEGE SUMMER 2013 ENROLLMENT PREVIEW EWC experienced a 4.1% increase in total student headcount as compared to Summer 2012. The total student headcount of 482 students reflects an overall increase of 19 students. Full-time enrollment increased 5 over Summer 2012. Part-time enrollment was up 14 students. Full Time Enrollment (FTE) increased by 14.25 (12.8%). HEADCOUNT

Summer 2009

Summer 2010

Summer 2011

Summer 2012

FINAL

Summer 2013 VAR

%

5 Yr. AVG

Full - Time First Time Previous Total Full Time Part - Time First Time Previous Total Part Time

0 10 10

0 8 8

20 11 31

0 2 2

1 6 7

1 4 5

100.0% 200.0% 250.0%

4.20 7.40 11.60

80 303 383

52 303 355

120 277 397

110 351 461

151 324 475

41 -27 14

37.3% -7.7% 3.0%

102.60 311.60 414.20

Total Headcount

393

363

428

463

482

19

4.1%

425.80

Summer 2009 89.58

Summer 2010 99.33

Summer 2011 133.08

Summer 2012 111.08

FINAL 125.33

Summer 2013 VAR 14.25

FTE Total FTE

Summer 2013 Enrollment Report Footnotes: Total students exclusively auditing classes: Total students taking audit hours within regular courses: Total credits taken by credit students: Total FTE is 125.33

% 12.8%

132 Total number of hours exclusive audits students took:

5 Yr. AVG 111.68

133

4 Total number of audited hours credit students took: 1,367 Total hours taken by all students including audited hours:

Total Headcount is 482

4 1,504

Source:WCCC Enrollment Report

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SUMMER FTE BY LOCATION EWC experienced an increase of 14.25 (12.8%) FTE compared to Summer 2012. Outreach had an increase of 7.58 (15.0%) FTE. The total FTE distribution was 46% Outreach and 54% Goshen County. 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*

09 8.17 0.25

10 11.25 1.33

8.42 1.83 1.17

12.58 0.58

Year 11 6.92 0.25 32.33 39.50 1.67 0.33

12 7.17 0.67

12 8.25 4.25

2.00 4.42 4.42

7.83 0.25 2.25 0.25 2.75 5.33 5.33

3.00 3.67 3.67

1.25 1.83 1.25 1.25

0.17 0.17 12.67 1.17 13.83 3.58

0.08 1.42 1.50 11.42 0.08 11.50 4.00

0.67 8.17 8.83 16.92

1.83 3.33 5.17 20.08

16.92 4.42

20.08 9.25

12.50 2.92 0.33 0.58 3.83 6.50 6.50 1.08 0.58 1.42 2.75 5.83 17.08 1.08 18.17 11.17

1.08 3.58 0.00 4.67 2.67 -1.92 0.33 1.08 1.17 1.17 1.08 0.58 -0.42 -0.58 0.67 -3.00 1.08 -1.92 1.92

5 Yr. Avg. 8.35 1.35 8.08 18.10 1.45 0.82 0.42 2.68 4.23 4.23 0.22 0.12 0.80 3.17 4.30 15.63 0.47 16.10 7.21

Var

Outreach Variance % Change

32.67

32.67 0.00 0.0%

76.09 43.42 132.9%

50.42 -25.67 -33.7%

58.00 7.58 15.0%

7.58

49.97

EWC WMC Goshen Variance % Change

56.92

66.67 66.67 9.75 17.1%

50.25 10.42 60.67 3.67 6.4%

59.92 7.42 67.33 6.67 11.0%

9.67 -3.00 6.67

57.75

56.92

55.00 2.00 57.00 -9.67 -14.5%

Total Variance % Change

89.59

99.34 9.75 10.9%

133.09 33.75 34.0%

111.08 -22.00 -16.5%

125.33 14.25 12.8%

14.25

111.68

3

61.72


FTE BY LOCATION

140.00 120.00 100.00 80.00

Outreach Goshen

60.00

Total 40.00 20.00 0.00 09

10

11

12

4

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SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT HEADCOUNT The number of high school students enrolled in EWC credit classes increased by 14 students compared to Summer 2012. The number of part-time high school students increased by 14 students. There have not been any full-time high school students in the last six years. 3 Yr. Summer 2011 Summer 2012 Summer 2013 Student Location FT PT Total FT PT Total FT PT Total Avg. Douglas 1 1 2 2 6 6 3 Glenrock 0 0 0 0 Converse County 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 6 6 3 Hulett 2 2 0 11 11 4 Moorcroft 0 0 0 0 Sundance 0 0 0 0 Crook County 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 11 11 4 Lusk 0 1 1 1 1 1 Niobrara County 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Chugwater Glendo 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 Guernsey Wheatland 0 3 3 2 2 2 Platte County 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 3 3 2 Newcastle 4 4 12 12 8 8 8 Upton 0 0 0 0 Weston County 0 4 4 0 12 12 0 8 8 8 Other 0 0 0 0 Outreach

0

Goshen Total % of Total Students

0

7

7

6

6

13

13

0

0

18

18

1

1

19

19

5.23%

3.31%

5

0

0

29

29

18

4

4

4

33

33

22

6.85%


SUMMER DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSES Summer 2011 Course Delivery Location Goshen Total

Sections Students 12 12

153 153

Summer 2012 FTE Sections Students FTE 39.25 39.25

22 22

Summer 2011 Course Delivery Method Compressed Video Internet

Sections Students

Summer 2013

156 156

42.67 42.67

Sections Students 33 33

Summer 2012

221 221

FTE 48.58 48.58

Summer 2013

FTE Sections Students FTE

Sections Students

FTE

12

153

39.25

22

156

42.67

33

221

48.58

12

153

39.25

22

156

42.67

33

221

48.58

Compressed Video/Internet Total

43.81% % of Total FTE Number of students is a duplicated headcount.

42.96%

6

38.76%


SUMMER 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

Summer 2011 LT 25 GE 25 Total 11 11 0 0 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 1 2 3 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 2 2 4 5 3 8 0 5 3 8 1 1 2

Summer 2012 LT 25 GE 25 Total 6 6 12 1 0 1 7 6 13 0 1 1 5 1 6 1 1 5 3 8 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 2 2 4 2 4 6 4 6 10 9 5 14 0 9 5 14 12 12 24

Summer 2013 LT 25 GE 25 Total 7 7 14 3 3 10 7 17 2 1 3 0 1 1 2 2 4 2 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 2 3 5 4 6 10 16 2 18 2 1 3 18 3 21 16 19 35

Outreach

9

19

28

38

33

71

52

37

89

Goshen

62

18

80

36

19

55

58

20

78

Total

71

37

108

74

52

126

110

57

167

Students that disclose their date of birth are counted in this chart.

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NON-CREDIT ENROLLMENT A total of 649 students enrolled in non-credit courses for Summer 2013. EWC served 122 students in continuing education courses and 530 students in community service courses. It should be noted that several of the Kids College classes were scheduled at the same time as Goshen County Summer School. An effort was made to reschedule these classes, but enrollment was not as high as normal. NON-CREDIT HEADCOUNT

Summer 2011 Summer 2012

Summer 2013

% Change

3 Yr. Avg.

Continuing Education Students (CE) Workforce Development Unduplicated Headcount

124

102

122

19.61%

116

Duplicated Headcount

129

102

135

32.35%

122

764

730

530

-27.40%

675

Duplicated Headcount

1,096

994

822

-17.30%

971

Total CE + CS Duplicated Headcount

1,225

1,096

957

-12.68%

1,093

886

829

649

-21.71%

788

Community Service Students (CS) Community Education Unduplicated Headcount

Total CE + CS Unique Headcount Students 1,400

EWC NON-CREDIT ENROLLMENT

1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0 Summer 2011

Summer 2012

Summer 2013

Continuing Education Students Duplicated

Community Service Students Duplicated

Total CE + CS Duplicated Headcount

Total CE + CS Unique Headcount

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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 increased by 1 course section compared to Summer 2012. The duplicated student headcount decreased by 4 students, and the FTE decreased by 3.08. Summer 2011 Summer 2012 Summer 2013 Career Clusters Credit Credit Credit Sections Students FTE Sections Students FTE Sections Students FTE Hours Hours Hours Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources 1 6 5.00 2.50 Architecture & Construction Arts, A/V Technology & Communications Business, Management & 1 15 1.00 1.25 13 106 18.00 11.42 13 107 14.00 9.08 Administration 1 9 2.00 1.50 4 20 12.00 5.00 Education & Training Finance Government & Public Administration 5 40 20.00 13.33 5 43 20.00 14.33 5 40 20.00 13.33 Health Science Hospitality & Tourism Human Services Information Technology 13 166 29.00 31.08 2 16 2.00 1.33 Law, Public Safety & 9 41 25.00 10.25 3 24 13.00 8.67 2 18 7.00 5.25 Manufacturing Marketing, Sales & Service Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Transportation, Distribution & Logistics 30 277 82.00 59.91 23 189 53.00 35.75 24 185 53.00 32.66 Total 9


WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Non-Credit Courses Non-credit workforce development offerings decreased by 4 sections compared to Summer 2012. The number of enrollments increased by 3 students and the total contact hours decreased by 140 hours. Career Clusters 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

Summer 2011 Summer 2012 Summer 2013 Contact Contact Contact Sections Students Sections Students Sections Students Hours Hours Hours 1 2

7 16

11.00 16.00

2

17

400.00

2 6

14 19

6.00 129.50

1 2

8 10

1.00 14.00

3

40

23.00

7

38

32.00

6

50

41.00

3

28

10.50

1

5

8.00

1 4

23 30

8.00 142.00

1 2

7 4

10.00 16.00

3

20

32.00

21

129

325.50

15

102

109.00

11

105

465.50

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Summer 2013 enrollment report