Unduplicated Enrollment Counts by Ethnicity and Gender – End-of-Term

 

ALL STUDENTS
(Credit, Continuing Education ((formerly Noncredit)), and Community Services)

Data is unduplicated within each of the four term-based reports. Although the "ALL STUDENTS" report incorporates all three area-specific categories (credit, continuing education, and community services) the ALL STUDENTS report grand total will not add up to that of each categorical report grand total added separately because some students register for more than one category simultaneously.

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CREDIT STUDENTS

Credit students are those who enroll through the Admissions and Records Department and are still registered between first census and end-of-term. Students will receive either a letter grade (A,B,C,D,F) or Credit/No Credit (CR = A,B,or C; NC = D,F) depending on the course grading option and the student's choice. Most credit courses, however, are taken for a letter grade. (Mt, SAC Catalog 2002-03, p.24.)

( Note:  In Fall 2006, Mt. SAC switched to a compressed calendar, adding a Summer and Winter Intersession to the 16-week Fall and Spring semesters.)

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CONTINUING EDUCATION (formerly Noncredit) STUDENTS

Continuing Education (formerly Noncredit) students neither receive a letter grade nor a credit/no credit option for courses they enroll in through the Community Education Division. Students may register into most classes anytime during the school year when space is available within the requested class/program. These Adult Education courses and programs are funded through the State and do not have an enrollment fee. (Mt. SAC Catalog 2002-03, p.460.)

( Note:  In Fall 2006, Mt. SAC switched to a compressed calendar, adding a Summer and Winter Intersession to the 16-week Fall and Spring semesters.)

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COMMUNITY SERVICES STUDENTS

Students taking Community Services classes also enroll through the Community Education and Economic Development Division, but are charged a fee per class to cover operating costs, e.g., instructor wages. These classes allow community members easy access to programs that help them keep up with current trends and engage in life-long learning. (Mt, SAC Catalog 2002-03, p.459.)

( Note:  In Fall 2006, Mt. SAC switched to a compressed calendar, adding a Summer and Winter Intersession to the 16-week Fall and Spring semesters. As of Summer 2007, the college's Community Services area used their own student information sytem and thus the "All" and "Community Services" reports for these areas are not available. This change was completed due to the college's change to the Banner System that does not support the features needed to run Community Services. A linkage between the two systems is being developed.)

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