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This page contains an analysis of enrollment at Tennessee Board of Regents universities and community colleges. The following information reviews trends in headcount and fullā€time equivalent enrollment at TBR institutions, and investigates student characteristics such as race and gender. Furthermore, this page shows data aboot the Regents Online Degree Program (RODP). Please click on the chart of interest to view more data, or to view a summary report on enrollment, click here.

Full-time Equivalent
The full-time equivalent (FTE) is calculated by dividing credit hours earned by twelve for undergraduates and nine for graduate students.

Headcount and FTE: Fall 2008

Enrollment Trend
The trend chart shows growth in enrollment at TBR universities and community colleges from the fall of 2003 to the fall of 2008.

Enrollment: Fall 2003 to Fall 2008

Technology Center Enrollment
The Tennnessee technology centers enrolled almost twenty thousand students in the Fall of 2008.

Enrollment and FTE: Fall 2007 and Fall 2008
TTC Enrollment

Enrollment Status
A student's enrollment status is determined by their number of credit hours. For undergraduates a part-time student takes less than 12 hours.

Enrollment Status: Fall 2008

Student Diversity
Student characteristics such as race and gender are important in determining the diversity of TBR institutions.

Race and Gender: Fall 2008

Regents Online Degree Program
The Regents Online Degree Program is an integral part of educating traditional and non-traditional students in Tennessee.

RODP Headcount and FTE: 2002 to 2008

Tennessee Board of Regents
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1415 Murfreesboro Road, Suite 350
Nashville, Tennessee 37217