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 Author: almilligan
PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2019 6:55 pm 
The University has corrected their enrollment report to the Department of Higher Education.

Census Date Data for Fall 2018
Headcount: 3,249 an increase of 161 or 5.5%
Undergraduate FTEs: 1,527 a decrease of 12 or -0.8%
Graduate FTEs: 545 an increase of 39 or 7.8%
Total FTEs 2,072 an increase of 27 or 1.3%

This data may appear that WNMU is a growing institution but comparted to Fall 2014 we get the following results:

Headcount: decrease of 308 or -8.7%
Undergraduate FTEs: decrease of 431 or -22%
Graduate FTEs: increase of 163 or 43%
Total FTEs: decrease of 268 or -11.5%

Comparing WNMU to the other three comprehensive schools in New Mexico Fall 2018 to Fall 2014

Headcount: other three schools down 4.5%, WNMU down 8.7%
Undergraduate FTEs: other three schools down 8.8%, WNMU down 22%
Graduate FTEs: other three schools increase 0.6%, WNMU increase 43%
Total FTE’s: other three schools down 7%, WNMU down 11.5%

WNMU should be concerned about the big decrease in Undergraduate FTEs, 431 FTEs corresponds to about 140 classes or the teaching load of 36 full time faculty. The large increase in gradusate FTEs is due to the online graduate masters degree in Social Work.

How many of you remember that President Shepard promised that by this time there would be 5,000 students enrolled at WNMU? Enrollment is now less than when the present administration took over.


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