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Texas Higher Education Fall 2008 Preliminary Enrollment Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, October 23, 2008 PowerPoint Presentation
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Texas Higher Education Fall 2008 Preliminary Enrollment Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, October 23, 2008

Texas Higher Education Fall 2008 Preliminary Enrollment Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, October 23, 2008

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Texas Higher Education Fall 2008 Preliminary Enrollment Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, October 23, 2008

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  1. Texas Higher Education Fall 2008 Preliminary EnrollmentTexas Higher Education Coordinating Board, October 23, 2008

  2. 53,743

    THECB 10/2008
  3. 70% of Growth at Two-Year Colleges THECB 10/2008 *Career College data not included.
  4. Hispanic growth was 44% of the increase THECB 10/2008 *Holds Career College enrollment constant.
  5. Participation Since 2000: 289,209 Increase 289,209 THECB 10/2008
  6. Public two-year colleges enroll an increasing proportion of higher education students THECB 10/2008
  7. Dual credit is an increasing share of the 2-year college enrollment 4.7% 5.4% 7.2% 9.7% 10.6% 3.9% 5.8% 6.8% THECB 10/2008
  8. Target to increase Hispanic enrollment remains a big challenge Hispanic White African Am THECB 10/2008 Source: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
  9. High Plains 393 Metroplex 14,260 0.6% Upper Rio Grande 1,362 Central 9,481 4.9% 4.4% 7.3% 3.1% 1.5% 12.9% 4.2% 3.4% 4.9% South Texas 10,626 Gulf Coast 8,320 Increases Are Not Uniform Southeast 4,290 THECB 10/2008
  10. Hurricane Ike Galveston College was up approximately 10%, but is currently even with last fall. Texas A&M Galveston was up 10%, but now are expecting to be down a little because of moving all courses to College Station for the semester. Lamar Port Arthur is down 11% THECB 10/2008
  11. Summary Overall, we have an increase of almost 290,000 students since 2000. Even with expected declines from preliminary data this will be the largest increases since 2002 70% of growth was at two-year colleges Hispanic enrollment continues to grow, but more needed THECB 10/2008