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The SCHEV blogs are intended to improve communication and collaboration regarding higher education policy in Virginia. At right are the current blogs at SCHEV, we anticipate more will be added as time goes on. Below the blog list is an aggregated list of the most recent posts from all blogs arranged chronologically.

Recent Blog Posts - All Blogs
Thank you for your participation in last week's kickoff webinar for the 2017 Enrollment Projections and Degree Estimates. We've completed two of the optional training webinars with two more scheduled next week. If the process and calendar seems long to you, you're not wrong. It is long, but... [More]
If you are not on the mailing list for the SCHEV weekly digest, this week's pre-crossover update is available here. Crossover is where the bills passed in each chamber are sent to the other chamber for consideration and action. A few noteworthy bills in terms of potential impacts on reportin... [More]

Fall Enrollment

in SCHEV Research Data Blog by Tod Massa 27. January 2017 16:09
On Monday afternoon, I presented an update on enrollment for Fall 2016. The presentation can be found here. In reviewing the presentation, you will see that I expressed concerns about a market shift that is occurring, or at least appears to be. It appears there were almost 1,400 more advance... [More]
Short form: Total enrollment is down, nearly 8,000 students to 520,879. The only sector with increased enrollment was the public four-year sector. Public two-year and independent college sector showed decreases. E42: Changes in Fall Headcount. // [More]
The Council approved the schedule below for the enrollment projections and degree estimates. Members also endorsed the use of the new streamlined template, which we will send out shortly. I also provided an update on the fall enrollment of the four-year public institutions as we were still m... [More]
2017 is here. We will shut down the collection system next week for maintenance and development, and allow more time to deal with the legislative session. As we move closer to the opening of the session, we are beginning to see bills that provide a sense of the legislative priorities for the... [More]
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