Updates
UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF MARYLAND
ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS
Institution: SALISBURY UNIVERSITY
Fall Change From
Fall Student Data Actual Projections Fall 2001 to Fall 2011
  2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Number Percent
Headcount Total      6,682      6,888      7,073      7,225      7,373      7,507      7,617      7,711      7,789      7,863      7,925      1,243 18.6%
Undergraduate Total      6,060      6,250      6,418      6,552      6,658      6,746      6,819      6,894      6,949      7,004      7,053         993 16.4%
 Full-time      5,280      5,525      5,698      5,840      5,950      6,040      6,115      6,192      6,249      6,305      6,355      1,075 20.4%
 Part-time         780         725         720         712         708         706         704         702         700         699         698          (82) -10.5%
Grad./First Prof. Total         622         638         655         673         715         761         798         817         840         859         872         250 40.2%
 Full-time         118         123         125         127         129         135         139         143         146         148         150           32 27.1%
 Part-time         504         515         530         546         586         626         659         674         694         711         722         218 43.3%
 FTDE Students      4,743      4,890      5,021      5,129      5,234      5,329      5,407      5,474      5,529      5,582      5,626 883 18.6%
Fiscal Year Full-Time Equivalent Data                        
    FISCAL YEAR Change From
Est. Projections FY 2002 to FY 2012
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Number Percent
 FTE Students      5,700      5,898      6,072      6,212      6,340      6,457      6,548      6,642      6,706      6,769      6,829      1,129 19.8%
Comments:  Assumptions predicated on the Construction of an Educational and Technology Center; renovation of other facilities to accommodate growth.  Delays in capital projects will decrease projections.
Factors: Current trends; F/T, P/T mix and load; State forecasts of high school graduates; forecasts of transfer population from community colleges; trend of transfers from other universities; I/S, O/S college
going population; regional population for grad programs; new academic programs; selectivity increased and diversity increased; equal mix freshmen & transfers; 80% in-state; graduation rate stable
Completed by:   Bryan Price, Director Institutional Research, Assessment, & Accountability; October 15, 2001
Phone:  (410)543-6023
E-Mail:  rbprice@salisbury.edu