Eastbridge's 2013 Enrollment
Practices for Voluntary Products report takes a look at 21 carriers' current enrollment
practices and, where appropriate, compares the findings to those from the 2006 and 2009 studies.
Another institution added a new merit award, targeted to "B-level" students in an effort to enhance enrollments
and net tuition revenue (NTR).
The following seven enrollment
differences addressed: session length; percent of returning campers; the amount of financial support given by the camp; the degree of decrease in overall camper enrollment
; and the degree of decrease in lower enrollments
for boys, girls, teens, and returning campers.
Courses for the winter term are only five weeks long, compared with the 16-week regular semester, and enrollment
tends to be much lower than in a traditional semester.
To forecast enrollments
in order to enhance financial budgeting as well as strategic and research planning
This means that the PPERA universities will do well for now to just maintain their present low pulp and paper enrollments
while hoping that the industry will be able to hire the lower graduating numbers on a sustained basis.
growth can be a boon to a college--or a bust if not handled well.
School officials said the new Rancho Pico Junior High school has a projected enrollment
of 658 students, which helps to reduce the number at Placerita Junior High School by 28 percent.
versus space available, 45 percent of camps said they were more than 95 percent full, 42 percent of camps reported being 80 to 94 percent full, and 13 percent of camps said they were less than 80 percent full.
Most of the carriers offer three or more different enrollment
methods for voluntary products.
Synthesizing imagination and empirical rigor--art and science--the firm covers every area of institutional strategy and marketing, from enrollment
to advancement to brand positioning.
Dips in elementary school enrollments
next year are expected to pull district totals to under 30,300.