Strategic Analytics developed enrollment dashboards to provide consistent and timely information about our students and their enrollment trends. The dashboards not only provide information on a term and annual basis, but also live term enrollments to keep the community informed about ongoing recruitment and registration efforts. Each dashboard also provides student demographic information to view enrollment through an equity lens.
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Strategic Analytics developed enrollment dashboards to provide a dynamic snapshot of student enrollment information that is used for state and federal reporting
The dashboards provide annual information by Fiscal Year (July 1-June 30) or Academic Year (Fall, Spring, Summer). They also present student demographics such as gender, race/ethnicity, and age group.
The census date is set by Bristol and typically occurs the day after the add/drop period for the term. Census data are used for state and federal reporting. The dashboards present student demographics such as enrollment status, gender, race/ethnicity, age group, etc.
The modality and location lens displays enrollment and demographic data for all students enrolled in one or more courses per the selected modality: Face-to-Face, Hybrid, Online Asynchronous, or Online Synchronous, at the selected location: Attleboro Campus, Fall River Camps, New Bedford Campus, Taunton Center, and Online.
Live Enrollment by Exclusively Online
Strategic Analytics developed a dashboard to provide course and program information for directed studies. A directed study is an independent study or group study course, under the sponsorship of a faculty member, that meets the objectives of a regular course offering. Credit for a directed study course is equivalent to credit for a regular course offering and tuition is based on the number of credits approved.
Strategic Analytics developed a dashboard to provide admissions information regarding Bristol’s enrollment rates. It provides information regarding the rate at which students apply to Bristol, are accepted, and ultimately enroll at the college. The metrics are currently broken out by student type: first-time freshmen, transfer, and readmit/reactivated.
Working with our area high schools and middle schools will allow us to provide students with more pathways to college and data about job growth and opportunities available to them. Bristol will serve an important role in closing the gaps that exist among workforce training, key soft-skills training and college readiness by increasing the desire of our area high school students to achieve a higher education and to become an integral part of the talent pipeline that will feed our region for years to come.