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BOR Enrollment October 2011
BOR Enrollment October 2011
BOR Enrollment October 2011
BOR Enrollment October 2011
BOR Enrollment October 2011
BOR Enrollment October 2011
BOR Enrollment October 2011
BOR Enrollment October 2011
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BOR Enrollment October 2011

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  • 1. NMSU-Las Cruces Campus Enrollment Update
    • NMSU Board of Regents Meeting
    • October 10, 2011
  • 2. Overview NMSU-Las Cruces Campus
    • First-time students
    • Undergraduate transfers
    • Graduate students
  • 3. All Students NMSU-Las Cruces Campus Data from NMSU Institutional Analysis
  • 4. First-time Students NMSU-Las Cruces Campus Data from NMSU Institutional Analysis
  • 5. Transfer Students NMSU-Las Cruces Campus
    • Out-of-state declined 16%
    • In-state declined 7%
    • No obvious trends
    • Transfer Center efforts
    Data from NMSU Institutional Analysis
  • 6. Graduate Students NMSU-Las Cruces Campus Data from NMSU Institutional Analysis
  • 7. Graduate Students NMSU-Las Cruces Campus Data from NMSU Institutional Analysis
  • 8.
    • Conclusions
    • NMSU-Las Cruces Campus
    • The decline in New Mexico High School graduates have predicted enrollment declines
    • Higher average incoming ACT scores should mean increased student preparedness
    • Waivers and specific programs help us maintain enrollment
    • This is a good time to focus on retention

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