So if this is correct ltur in 2 years has lost 5percent of its enrollment.... More separation!!!!!!
Especially, any correlation between athletic success and enrollment.
For the vast majority of colleges/universities, athletic success can not be directly correlated with increased enrollment. There are always exceptions, usually short-term, but not trends.
Yes I'm quoting Berkley. I can find many more as I've studied this through the years.
3 years ago UL was roughly 35% > LTUR in total enrollment. This fall total enrollment now > 60% over LTUR. Love this trend
is enrollment really worth arguing over? at the end of the day all our schools are trying to do the best they can in a tough economic climate
What the heck is "credit barring continuing education." That sounds like a student.
The University’s regular enrollment remains stable, with 16,647 for the Fall 2013 semester. Last year, the enrollment was 16,687, a difference of 40 students. The university also is enrolling a number of students in professional programs and credit-bearing continuing education for a Fall 2013 total enrollment of 18,235.