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Transmittal Memorandum Resource Planning Process for 2001-2002 Contact Us Explanatory Notes and Table of Contents Task Force Membership Resources and Requirements Forecast Budget Priorities General Conclusions, Recommendations and Guidelines Appendix
 

General Conclusions, Recommendations & Guidelines

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Midrange Goals
Accountability
 
Planning in a No-Growth Era
Year-Round Operations
Energy
Enrollment Services—Application Processing

BATS Funding
CMS
Summary of Follow-Up Items for the RPP Task Force
 

Enrollment
The campus has been assigned an enrollment target of 24,000 FTES for the 2001-2002 academic year, an increase of 1,175 FTES over the current year's target and 906 FTES over this year's actual enrollment. Because the campus received substantially increased numbers of applications for next year from both first-time freshmen and upper-division transfers, the new, higher target may once again be exceeded.

The campus is rapidly approaching the maximum enrollment that can be accommodated with existing facilities. Accordingly, the President has formally requested that the freshman class be declared an impacted category. It will be necessary to impose a series of successive 50-percent cuts in the rate of enrollment growth over the next several years to avoid enrolling more students than can be accommodated.

The campus has also been assigned a target of 1,145 FTES for its first state-supported summer term in 2001. With both somewhat lower fees and State University Grants available to matriculated summer students for the first time, initial demand has been very strong. It is likely that the actual enrollment will exceed the target by a significant amount.

 

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