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​BCC enrollment growth bucks national trend

Barton Community College served 8,394 students in the fall semester of 2013, which is an increase of 272 students from the previous fall semester. On-campus enrollment dropped by 73 students, from 1,899 to 1,826.
Colleges compare enrollment by calculating Full Time Equivalency. The total number of credit hours provided is divided by 15 credit hours, which is the average course load for a full-time student. FTE for the college as a whole increased about 4.2 percent from fall 2012 to fall 2013, to 3,607.
On the Barton County campus, FTE was 1,107, compared to ...


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