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1 Summary of Student Enrollment

2 Summary of Fiscal Year Student Enrollment This report summarizes the Fiscal Year s (FY 2015) annual unduplicated State reportable head count enrollment and the annual full time student equivalents (FTSE) generated by students in credit classes and completers of special educational programs. One annual FTSE unit is equivalent to 30 credit hours, or 640 clock hours. This report also includes the head count associated with non reportable credit hour, clock hour, and non credit instruction. At Pima Community College, FY 2015 ran from July 1, 2014 through June 30, FY 2015 enrollments include: 1. Traditional Census Date enrollment from Fall 2014 and Spring Summer enrollment from all of Session B of Summer 2014, the end of Session C of Summer 2014, all of Session A of Summer 2015, and the beginning of Session C of Summer All other short term and open entry/open exit enrollment between July 2014 and June Students enrolled in Pima Community College Adult Education (PCCAE) and the Center for Training and Development (CTD) In FY 2015, the College s total annual unduplicated reportable head count was 44,513 and its total annual FTSE was 16,457.4 (Table 1a and Table 5a). Compared with FY 2014: 1. Total College reportable FTSE head count decreased by 4,991 ( 10%), and total reportable FTSE decreased to 1,503.5 ( 8%) (Table 1a and Table 5a). 2. Reportable FTSE head count (N) by campus and change by (N, %) (Table 1a): a. Community Campus 15,767 ( 1,970, 11%) b. Desert Vista Campus 7,290 ( 503, 6%) c. Downtown Campus 13,474 ( 1,892, 12%) d. East Campus 9,692 ( 991, 9%) e. Northwest Campus 7,976 ( 1,190, 13%) f. West Campus 15,275 ( 1,456, 9%) 3. Females accounted for 53% of the total head count which was 54% in FY By campus area, females represented 54% of the traditional campus head count, 59% of Adult Basic Education, and 83% of the Center for Training and Development (Table 2). 4. Minority students accounted for 55% of the total head count, one percent higher than FY By area, minority students represented 52% of the traditional campus head count, 81% of Adult Basic Education, and 66% of the Center for Training and Development (Table 3). 1

3 5. Annual FTSE by campus (N) and change by (N, %) (Table 5a): a. Community Campus 2,791.8 ( 47.7, 2%) b. Desert Vista Campus 1,949.4 ( 176.9, 8%) c. Downtown Campus 2,947.1 ( 464.0, 14%) d. East Campus 2,436.9 ( 215.1, 8%) e. Northwest Campus 1,971.4 ( 210.6, 10%) f. West Campus 4,357.5 ( 390.0, 8%) 6. Annual FTSE by center (N) and changed by (N, %) (Tables 5b 5c): a. Adult Basic Education ( 20.2, 3%) b. Center for Training and Development ( 43.6, 18%) and increased at: c. Public Safety and Emergency Institute (58, 10%) 7. Total annual FTSE by class type and campus (N) and changed by (N, %) (Table 6): a) Short term 2,090.3 ( 91.8, 4%) b) Open entry/open exit 99.9 (44.4, 44%) c) Traditional 13,238.6 ( 1,102.2, 8%) d) Summer 1,667.0 ( 290.0, 17%) e) Clock hour programs ( 63.8, 7%) 2

4 Table 1a. Annual Unduplicated Reportable FTSE Head Count, Non Reportable FTSE Head Count, and Total Head Count, by District and Campus FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 Reportable Reportable Change from Non Reportable Non Reportable Change from Students Served FTSE FTSE Previous FTSE FTSE Previous Change from Head Count Head Count Year Head Count Head Count Year Total Previous Year Head Count N % N % N % N % N % N % N N % Community Campus 17,737 23% 15,767 23% 1,970 11% 2,222 82% 2,642 86% % 18,409 1,550 8% Desert Vista Campus 7,793 10% 7,290 10% 503 6% 181 7% 192 6% 11 6% 7, % Downtown Campus 15,366 20% 13,474 19% 1,892 12% 13,474 1,892 12% East Campus 10,683 14% 9,692 14% 991 9% 9, % Northwest Campus 9,166 12% 7,976 11% 1,190 13% 7,976 1,190 13% West Campus 16,731 22% 15,275 22% 1,456 9% % 245 8% 49 17% 15,520 1,505 9% District Office 51 0% 64 0% 13 25% 10 0% % Unduplicated Head Count 49,504 44,513 4,991 10% 2,693 3, % 47,588 4,609 9% A. Reportable FTSE head count (i.e., head count that generates FTSE that is reported to the state of Arizona) includes credit class enrollment and Center for Training and Development and Adult Basic Education completers. B. Non Reportable FTSE head count includes enrollment in non credit Workforce and Business Development and Community Education classes, out of state enrollment in Industry Training and Credit Approval Process classes, and Center for Training and Development enrollment excluding completers. C. Total students served is the sum of the unduplicated Reportable FTSE head count and the unduplicated Non Reportable FTSE head count. Some students could be enrolled in both Reportable FTSE and Non Reportable FTSE classes at PCC during the same year. As a result, the total head count for that year is a duplicated count. D. Column percentages reflect the proportion of the total duplicated head count (not shown). Sources: 1. Summary of Student Enrollment Report 2. IT Views: BANINST1_AZ_SV_TOTAL_STU_BY_TERM_PERIOD, BANINST1_AZ_SV_STATE_STU_BY_TERM_PERIOD, BANINST1_AZ_SV_ADULT_ED, and BANINST1_AZ_SVGRAD 3

5 Table 1b. Community Campus Annual Unduplicated Reportable FTSE Head Count, Non Reportable FTSE Head Count, and Total Head Count, for Centers and Special Programs FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 Reportable Reportable Non Reportable Non Reportable Students Served FTSE FTSE FTSE FTSE Change from Community Campus Head Count Head Count Head Count Head Count Total Previous Year Head Count N % N % N % N % N N % Other Community Campus 10,830 61% 9,926 62% 184 8% 245 9% 10, % Public Safety/Emergency Institute 1,378 8% 1,176 7% 56 3% % 1, % Adult Basic Education 5,622 32% 4,825 30% 4, % Community Education 1,848 83% 1,894 72% 1, % Workforce and Business Development 140 6% 114 4% % Unduplicated Head Count 17,737 15,767 2,222 2,642 18,409 1,550 8% A. Reportable FTSE head count (i.e., head count that generates FTSE that is reported to the state of Arizona) includes credit class enrollment and Adult Basic Education completers. B. Non Reportable FTSE head count includes enrollment in non credit Workforce and Business Development, Community Education, Public Safety and Emergency Institute, Truck Driver Training classes C. Total students served is the sum of the unduplicated Reportable FTSE head count and the unduplicated Non Reportable FTSE head count. Some students could be enrolled in both Reportable FTSE and Non Reportable FTSE classes at PCC during the same year. As a result, the total head count for that year is a duplicated count. D. Column percentages reflect the proportion of the total duplicated head count (not shown). Sources: 1. Summary of Student Enrollment Report 2. IT Views: BANINST1_AZ_SV_TOTAL_STU_BY_TERM_PERIOD, BANINST1_AZ_SV_STATE_STU_BY_TERM_PERIOD and BANINST1_AZ_SVGRAD 4

6 Table 1c. Desert Vista Annual Unduplicated Reportable FTSE Head Count, Non Reportable FTSE Head Count, and Total Head Count, for Centers and Special Programs FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 Reportable Reportable Change from Non Reportable Non Reportable Change from Students Served FTSE FTSE Previous FTSE FTSE Previous Change from Desert Vista Campus Head Count Head Count Year Head Count Head Count Year Total Previous Year Head Count N % N % N % N % N % N % N N % Other Desert Vista Campus 7,573 97% 7,121 98% 452 6% % 7, % Center for Training and Development 225 3% 176 2% 49 22% % % 43 29% % Unduplicated Head Count 7,793 7, % % 7, % A. Reportable FTSE head count (i.e., head count that generates FTSE that is reported to the state of Arizona) includes credit class enrollment at Desert Vista Campus and Center for Training and Development B. Non Reportable FTSE head count includes Center for Training and Development enrollment, excluding completers. C. Total students served is the sum of the unduplicated Reportable FTSE head count and the unduplicated Non Reportable FTSE head count. Some students could be enrolled in both Reportable FTSE and Non Reportable FTSE classes at PCC during the same year. As a result, the total head count for that year is a duplicated D. Column percentages reflect the proportion of the total duplicated head count (not shown). Sources: 1. Summary of Student Enrollment 2. IT Views: BANINST1_AZ_SV_TOTAL_STU_BY_TERM_PERIOD, BANINST1_AZ_SV_STATE_STU_BY_TERM_PERIOD and BANINST1_AZ_SVGRAD 5

7 Table 1d. East Campus Annual Unduplicated Reportable FTSE Head Count, Non Reportable FTSE Head Count, and Total Head Count, for Centers and Special Programs FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 Reportable Reportable Change from Non Reportable Non Reportable Change from Students Served FTSE FTSE Previous FTSE FTSE Previous Change from East Campus Head Count Head Count Year Head Count Head Count Year Total Previous Year Head Count N % N % N % N % N % N % N N % Other East Campus 10, % 9,550 98% 1,133 11% 9,550 1,133 11% DM Air Force Base 0 0% % % % Unduplicated Head Count 10,683 9, % 9, % A. Reportable FTSE head count (i.e., head count that generates FTSE that is reported to the state of Arizona) includes credit class enrollment at East Campus and Davis Monthan Air Force Base B. Column percentages reflect the proportion of the total duplicated head count (not shown). C. Percentages may not total to 100% due to rounding error. Sources: 1. Summary of Student Enrollment Report 2. IT Views: BANINST1_AZ_SV_TOTAL_STU_BY_TERM_PERIOD, BANINST1_AZ_SV_STATE_STU_BY_TERM_PERIOD and BANINST1_AZ_SVGRAD 6

8 Table 2. Distribution of Annual Unduplicated Student Head Count by Enrollment Type (Traditional Campuses or Other Programs) by Gender FY 2014 and FY 2015 Enrollment Male Female Total Type N % N % N % Traditional Campuses FY ,599 47% 22,178 53% 41, % FY ,650 47% 20,172 53% 37, % Other Programs PCCAE FY ,297 41% 3,325 59% 5, % FY ,931 41% 2,762 59% 4, % CTD FY % % % FY % % % Total FY ,949 46% 25,670 54% 47, % FY ,609 46% 23,075 54% 42, % A. There are 1,877 unknowns in the FY 2015 Campus data that are not included. 1,903 unknowns were excluded in FY B. There are 7 unknowns in the FY 2015 CTD data that is not included. 5 unknown was excluded in FY C. There are 132 unknowns in the FY 2015 ABE data that is not included. D. The Total rows represent duplicated totals between Campuses and Programs. 7

9 Table 3. Distribution of Annual Unduplicated Student Head Count by Enrollment Type (Traditional Campus or Special Program) by Race/Ethnicity FY 2014 and FY 2015 Non Hispanic American Native Indian/ Black or Hawaiian or Hispanic/ Alaskan African other Pacific Two or More Minority Enrollment Latino Native Asian * American Islander * White Races Total Total Type N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N N % Campuses FY ,547 39% 1,024 2% 1,507 4% 2,025 5% 141 0% 19,799 47% 1,368 3% 42,411 21,244 50% FY ,578 41% 915 2% 1,355 4% 1,762 5% 122 0% 17,252 45% 1,291 3% 38,275 19,732 52% Other Programs PCCAE FY ,551 63% 175 3% 367 7% % 0 0% % 21 0% 5,598 4,688 84% FY ,700 57% 189 4% 299 6% % 4 0% % 23 0% 4,760 3,841 81% CTD FY % 12 5% 6 3% 14 6% 0 0% 73 33% 2 1% % FY % 8 5% 4 2% 14 8% 0 0% 56 33% 2 1% % Total FY ,212 42% 1,211 3% 1,880 4% 2,634 5% 141 0% 20,761 43% 1,391 3% 48,230 26,078 54% FY ,366 43% 1,112 3% 1,658 4% 2,425 6% 126 0% 18,204 42% 1,316 3% 43,207 23,687 55% A. There are 1,424 unknowns in the FY 2015 Campus data that are not included. 1,269 unknowns were excluded in FY B. There are 65 unknowns in the FY 2015 Adult Education data that are not included. 24 unknowns were excluded in FY C. There are 4 unknowns in the FY 2015 CTD data that are not included. 4 unknowns were excluded in FY D. The Total rows represent duplicated totals between Campuses and Programs. 8

10 Non Hispanic Hispanic/ American Black or Native Two or More Minority Enrollment Latino Indian or Asian * African Hawaiian or White Races Total Total Type Sex N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N N % Campuses F 8,377 43% 497 3% 709 4% 796 4% 64 0% 8,581 44% 681 3% 19,705 10,443 53% M 6,538 39% 387 2% 580 3% 894 5% 52 0% 7,829 47% 544 3% 16,824 8,451 50% Other Programs Table 4. Distribution of Annual Unduplicated Student Head Count by Enrollment Type (Traditional Campus or Special Program) by Race/Ethnicity and Gender FY 2015 PCCAE F 1,693 62% 93 3% 179 7% % 2 0% % 12 0% 2,743 2,283 83% M % 92 5% 117 6% % 1 0% % 9 0% 1,912 1,480 77% CTD F 72 52% 8 6% 2 1% 8 6% 0 0% 46 33% 2 1% % M 12 43% 0 0% 2 7% 6 21% 0 0% 8 29% 0 0% % Total F 10,142 45% 598 3% 890 4% 1,120 5% 66 0% 9,075 40% 695 3% 22,586 12,816 57% M 7,495 40% 479 3% 699 4% 1,225 7% 53 0% 8,260 44% 553 3% 18,764 9,951 53% A. There are 3,170 FY 2015 students with unknown gender (1,877) or race/ethnicity (1,293) in the Campus data that are not included in the analysis. B. There are 132 FY 2015 students with unknown gender and 38 studennts race/ethnicity in the Adult Education data that are not included in the analysis. C. There are 10 FY 2015 students with unknown gender (7) or race/ethnicity (3) in the CTD data that are not included in the analysis. 9

11 Table 5a. Distribution of District Annual FTSE by Campus, by Year Change from FY 2014 FY 2015 Previous FTSE* FTSE Year Campus N % N % N % Community Campus 2, % 2, % % Desert Vista Campus 2, % 1, % % Downtown Campus 3, % 2, % % East Campus 2, % 2, % % Northwest Campus 2, % 1, % % West Campus 4, % 4, % % District Office 2.5 0% 3.3 0% 0.8 Total 17, % 16, % 1, % * Rounding to the nearest integer in calculations account for a difference of 0.1 between 17,960.9 (Table 5a ) and 17,960.8 (Table 6). The 0.1 difference between the numbers in Tables 5a and 6 reflects the precision, not the accuracy. Table 5b. Distribution of Community Campus Annual FTSE by Campus and Center, by Year Change from FY 2014 FY 2015 Previous FTSE FTSE Year Community Campus N % N % N % Main Campus 1, % 1, % % Public Safety and Emergency Institute % % % Adult Basic Education % % % Community Campus Total 2, % 2, % % 10

12 Table 5c. Distribution of Desert Vista Campus Annual FTSE by Campus and Center, by Year Change from FY 2014 FY 2015 Previous FTSE FTSE Year Desert Vista Campus N % N % N % Main Campus 1, % 1, % % Center for Training and Development % % % Desert Vista Campus Total 2, % 1, % % Table 5d. Distribution of East Campus Annual FTSE by Campus and Center, by Year Change from FY 2014 FY 2015 Previous FTSE FTSE Year East Campus N % N % N % Main Campus 2, % 2, % % Davis Monthan Air Force Base % % East Campus Total 2, % 2, % % a. Percentages may not total to 100% due to rounding. 11

13 Campus Table 6. Number and Percent of Total Annual 2014/15 FTSE by Class Type and Campus Open Entry/ Short Term Traditional Summer Clock Hours Total Open Exit N % N % N % N % N % N % Community % % % % % 2, % Other Community % % % % 1, % Public Safety and Emergency Institute % 0.0 0% % 1.1 0% % ABE % % Desert Vista % 6.0 0% 1, % % % 1, % Other Desert Vista % 6.0 0% 1, % % 1, % CTD % % Downtown % 0.0 0% 2, % % 2, % East % 0.0 0% 2, % % 2, % Other East % 0.0 0% 2, % % 2, % Davis Monthan AFB % % Northwest % 0.0 0% 1, % % 1, % West % 1.9 0% 3, % % 4, % District Office 0.1 3% % % District Total 1, % % 12, % 1, % % 16, % FY 2014 Totals 2, % % 13, % 1, % % 17, % FY 2014 to FY 2015 Change % % 1, % % % 1, % * Rounding to the nearest integer in calculations account for a difference of 0.1 between 17,960.9 (Table 5a ) and 17,960.8 (Table 6). The 0.1 difference between the numbers in Tables 5a and 6 reflects the precision, not the accuracy. 12

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