2010-2011 Fact Book

Student Enrollment 

Fall Enrollment History (Five Years)

 Fall Enrollment History

Fall

Headcount

FTE*

2006

1386

997

2007

1461

1101

2008

1502

1193

2009

1684

1444

2010

1754

1518

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

     * Total credit hours generated divided by 15 

Spring Enrollment History (Five Years)

Spring Enrollment History 

Spring

Headcount

FTE*

2007

1238

909

2008

1317

1024

2009

1396

1162

2010

1590

1342

2011

1678

1424

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

Summer Enrollment History (Five Years)

 Summer I Enrollment History

Summer I

Headcount

FTE*

2007

464

131

2008

412

122

2009

431

133

2010

502

147

2011

539

147

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  

Summer II

Headcount

FTE*

2007

231

51

2008

184

43

2009

181

31

2010

190

40

2011

254

48

Summer II Enrollment History
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  

Enrollment by Program – Fall

 

Program

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Biology

56

115

91

119

167

Business Administration

211

262

301

332

351

Computational Science

 

 

 

 

6

Early Childhood Education

117

110

100

136

136

English

56

44

49

45

55

History

26

31

29

44

46

Hospitality Management

94

104

108

153

165

Hospitality Management certificate

 

 

 

1

 

Human Services

74

98

85

87

95

Liberal Studies

15

23

29

27

29

Nursing (4 year)

 

 

67

177

244

Nursing (RN to BSN)

 

7

24

18

37

Psychology

56

67

75

100

113

Sociology

 

 

 

 

3

Spanish

8

12

12

28

17

Studio Art

 

 

 

 

28

4-Yr No Major

531

471

469

365

250

AA/AS

142

117

63

52

12

Students Enrolled In Programs

1386

1461

1502

1684

1754

 

Enrollment by Program – Spring

 

Program

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Biology

66

108

78

114

152

Business Administration

224

251

293

340

319

Computational Science

 

 

 

 

16

Early Childhood Education

101

105

104

115

123

English

51

45

46

50

59

History

26

28

29

44

53

Hospitality Management

98

108

116

150

164

Hospitality Management certificate

 

 

 

1

 

Human Services

78

92

87

94

99

Liberal Studies

15

21

16

22

31

Nursing (4 year)

 

 

92

180

242

Nursing (RN to BSN)

 

6

20

18

28

Psychology

61

73

88

94

120

Sociology

 

 

 

 

5

Spanish

10

13

17

22

17

Studio Art

 

 

 

18

27

4-Yr No Major

384

356

360

291

214

AA/AS

124

111

50

37

9

Students Enrolled In Programs

1238

1317

1396

1590

1678

 
 

Enrollment by Program – Summer

 Summer I and Maymester Term

Program

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Biology

30

42

27

30

35

Business Administration

68

82

111

118

124

Computational Science

 

 

 

 

4

Early Childhood Education

32

13

12

23

30

English

23

17

18

10

17

History

7

10

5

9

14

Hospitality Management

35

44

31

46

60

Human Services

33

30

35

33

29

Liberal Studies

3

3

7

4

8

Nursing (4 year)

 

 

44

87

90

Nursing (RN to BSN)

 

4

3

11

7

Psychology

26

24

27

26

37

Spanish

5

6

8

14

6

Studio Art

 

 

 

9

5

4-Yr No Major

134

106

91

75

69

AA/AS

68

31

12

7

4

Students Enrolled In Programs

464

412

431

502

539

 
  Summer II Term
 

Program

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Biology

7

13

12

14

20

Business Administration

62

48

53

45

73

Computational Science

 

 

 

 

3

Early Childhood Education

22

11

3

3

5

English

9

8

7

4

9

History

3

7

3

3

6

Hospitality Management

11

13

19

32

36

Human Services

21

14

17

13

21

Liberal Studies

4

2

1

2

8

Nursing (4 year)

 

 

6

11

18

Nursing (RN to BSN)

 

 

3

3

1

Psychology

21

12

20

15

17

Spanish

6

1

1

3

 

Studio Art

 

 

 

6

6

4-Yr No Major

58

48

32

35

29

AA/AS

7

7

4

1

2

Students Enrolled In Programs

231

184

181

190

254

 

Enrollment by Ethnicity

Ethnicity

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Fall 2009*

Fall 2010

Non-Resident Alien

23

18

19

17

9

African American

226

244

222

252

290

Native American

13

13

11

 

 

American Indian/Alaskan Native

 

 

 

9

6

Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

 

 

 

2

3

Asian

24

20

18

16

26

Hispanic

71

55

60

97

111

White

947

1028

1087

1198

1246

Two or more races

 

 

 

60

44

Unknown

82

83

85

33

19

Total

1386

1461

1502

1684

1754

* New race/ethnicity definitions

 

Enrollment by Full-time/Part-time Status

Status

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

Full-time

781

902

999

1260

1340

Part-time

605

559

503

424

414

Total

1386

1461

1502

1684

1754

 

Enrollment by Gender

Gender

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

Male

561

577

640

681

677

Female

825

884

862

1003

1077

Total

1386

1461

1502

1684

1754

 

Enrollment by Student Level

Student Level

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

Freshman

816

804

577

619

673

Sophomore

186

265

264

329

319

Junior

175

177

249

263

274

Senior

209

215

223

363

397

Non-degree seeking

 

 

189

110

91

Total

1386

1461

1502

1684

1754

 

Enrollment by New/Continuing Status

Enrolled Status

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

New Freshman

233

288

303

374

420

New Transfer

130

190

207

254

166

Readmit

86

72

51

44

46

Continuing

846

839

871

1006

1111

Transient

10

1

11

5

10

High School Students

81

71

59

1

1

Total

1386

1461

1502

1684

1754

  

Geographic Profile (Fall 2010)

State   of Origin

#

%

 

County of Origin

#

%

Alaska

1

0.06%

 

Aiken

12

0.68%

Alabama

3

0.17%

 

Allendale

7

0.40%

Arizona

3

0.17%

 

Anderson

1

0.06%

Arkansas

1

0.06%

 

Bamberg

8

0.46%

California

5

0.29%

 

Barnwell

16

0.91%

Colorado

2

0.11%

 

Beaufort

900

51.31%

Connecticut

7

0.40%

 

Berkeley

23

1.31%

Florida

28

1.60%

 

Calhoun

1

0.06%

Foreign Countries

13

0.74%

 

Charleston

78

4.45%

Georgia

141

8.04%

 

Clarendon

7

0.40%

Illinois

3

0.17%

 

Colleton

46

2.62%

Indiana

1

0.06%

 

Darlington

8

0.46%

Iowa

1

0.06%

 

Dillon

1

0.06%

Kentucky

1

0.06%

 

Dorchester

25

1.43%

Maine

1

0.06%

 

Edgefield

3

0.17%

Maryland

9

0.51%

 

Fairfield

3

0.17%

Massachusetts

8

0.46%

 

Florence

9

0.51%

Michigan

8

0.46%

 

Foreign

13

0.74%

Minnesota

1

0.06%

 

Georgetown

8

0.46%

Mississippi

1

0.06%

 

Greenville

12

0.68%

Missouri

3

0.17%

 

Greenwood

1

0.06%

Montana

1

0.06%

 

Hampton

71

4.05%

Nevada

1

0.06%

 

Horry

5

0.29%

New Hampshire

3

0.17%

 

Jasper

30

1.71%

New Jersey

10

0.57%

 

Kershaw

2

0.11%

New York

21

1.20%

 

Lancaster

1

0.06%

North Carolina

15

0.86%

 

Laurens

1

0.06%

Ohio

12

0.68%

 

Lexington

29

1.65%

Oregon

1

0.06%

 

Marlboro

1

0.06%

Pennsylvania

18

1.03%

 

Oconee

1

0.06%

Puerto Rico

1

0.06%

 

Orangeburg

19

1.08%

Rhode Island

2

0.11%

 

Out-of state

341

19.44%

South Carolina

1400

79.82%

 

Richland

28

1.60%

Tennessee

1

0.06%

 

Spartanburg

5

0.29%

Texas

7

0.40%

 

Sumter

10

0.57%

Unknown

7

0.40%

 

Unknown

2

0.11%

Vermont

3

0.17%

 

Williamsburg

2

0.11%

Virginia

7

0.40%

 

York

24

1.37%

West Virginia

1

0.06%

 

Total

1754

100.00%

Wisconsin

2

0.11%

       

Total

1754

100.00%

 

 

 

 

 

 

International Student Enrollment

 

Number of International Students

13

 

 

International Students as a Percentage of Student Enrollment

0.74%

 

Foreign Countries Represented:

              • Austria
              • Bermuda
              • Bolivia
              • Belarus
              • Colombia
              • Germany
              • Guadeloupe
              • India
              • Republic of Korea
              • Lithuania
              • Mexico
              • United Kingdom 

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