Full & Part-Time Enrollment

Full & Part-Time Enrollment

Trends in Full & Part-Time Enrollment of Degree-Seeking Students

Bar Chart differentiating between full-time and part-time enrollment for degree seeking undergraduates. See table above for data.

Summary of Trends

  • These data track degree seeking student enrollment for Fall semesters, and ranges an eight-year span between Fall 2014 and Fall 2021; both undergraduate and graduate students are included, excluding non-matriculated students.
  • The data table also includes the FTE figures, which stands for “Full-Time Equivalent” and is calculated based on both full-time and part-time enrollment.
  • Overall enrollment peaked in the Fall 2014 term at 3,562 students, and while decreasing slightly over the next three years, remained fairly constant until the Fall 2017 term in which 3,474 students were enrolled overall.
  • While remaining steady, there have been declining figures since the Fall 2017 term which mirrors enrollment nationally.             

Data Table for Full & Part-Time Enrollment of Degree-Seeking Students

  Fall 2014 Fall 2015 Fall 2016 Fall 2017 Fall 2018 Fall 2019 Fall 2020 Fall 2021
Full-time 2690 2547 2660 2710 2522 2401 2387 1981
Part-time 872 870 768 764 675 651 654 634
Total 3562 3417 3428 3474 3197 3052 3041 2615
FTE* 2981 2837 2916 2965 2747 2618 2605 2192

*FTE stands for Full-Time Equivalent, and is calculated based on both full-time and part-time enrollment.  These figures include both undergraduate and graduate students, and excluded non-matriculated students.