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Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« on: December 16, 2010, 10:17:48 PM »
Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina

Winston-Salem State University has a small decline of just 94 students with a Fall 2010 enrollment of 6,333 down from 6,427 in 2009. The largest enrollment at WSSU was 6,442 in 2008.

Fayetteville State University declined by 502 students with a Fall 2010 enrollment of 5,781 down from 6,283 in 2009. The largerst enrollment ever as FSU was 6,692 in 2007. The university is 911 students smaller than its peak enrollment.

On the other hand enrollment grew at North Carolina's other public HBCUs.

North Carolina A&T State University is starting to recover from its highest ever enrollment of 11,103 in 2005 with a current enrollment of 10,795, up 181 students from the 10,614 in 2009.

North Carolina Central University is starting to recover from its highest ever enrollment of 8,675 in 2006 with a current enrollment of 8,645, up 58 students from the 8,587 in 2009.

Elizabeth City State University has its largest enrollment in the university's history with a Fall 2010 enrollment of 3,307, up 43 from the 3,264 in 2009.

White enrollmentment at the public HBCUs
North Carolina A&T State University increased its white enrollment to 797, up 19 from 2009

North Carolina Central University increased its white enrollment to 1,021, up 78 from 2009

Winston-Salem State University increased its white enrollment to 1,082, up 126 from 2009

Elizabeth City State University decreased its white enrollment to 460, down from 38 from 2009

Fayetteville State University decreased its white enrollment to 1,014 , down from 17 from 2009



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African American enrollmentment at the public predominantly white universities

NC State University 2,758 African Americans out of 34,376 students. NC State University has 57 more African American students compared to Fall 2009

UNC Chapel Hill 2,504 African Americans out of 29,390 students. UNC has 289 fewer African American students compared to Fall 2009

East Carolina University 3,890 African Americans out of 27,783 students. East Carolina University has 52 more African American students compared to Fall 2009

UNC Charlotte 3,957 African Americans out of 25,063 students. UNC Charlotte has 184 more African American students compared to Fall 2009

UNC Asheville 123 African Americans out of 3,967 students. UNC Asheville has 2 fewer African American students compared to Fall 2009

Appalachian State University 549 African Americans out of 17,222 students. Appalachian State University has 4 more African American students compared to Fall 2009

UNC Pembroke 2,135 African Americans out of 6,944 students. UNC Pembroke has 207 more African American students compared to Fall 2009

UNC Wilmington 572 African Americans out of 13,071 students. UNC Wilmington has 66 fewer African American students compared to Fall 2009

UNC Greensboro 3,938 African Americans out of 18,771 students. UNC Wilmington has 567 fewer African American students compared to Fall 2009
UNC Greensboro declined in enrollment with a Fall 2010 enrollment of 18,771, down from 21,306 in 2009.


Western Carolina University 575 African Americans out of 9,407 students. Western Carolina University has 15 more African American students compared to Fall 2009
Western Carolina University declined in enrollment with a Fall 2010 enrollment of 9,407, down from 9,429 in 2009.



Source: The University of North Carolina General Administration
Division of Institutional Research and Analysis

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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2010, 10:32:48 PM »
How is this sports related?

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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2010, 10:35:17 PM »
How is this sports related?
LOL Nova has a thing for NC HBCU's.

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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2010, 10:53:04 PM »
How is this sports related?
LOL Nova has a thing for NC HBCU's.

Naw he posts about everybody but Skegee.  :lol:
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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #4 on: December 16, 2010, 10:57:08 PM »
How is this sports related?

It was posted under the wrong section.

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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #5 on: December 16, 2010, 10:58:08 PM »
LOL Nova has a thing for NC HBCU's.

Not correct. I post on all universities and not just HBCUs. Check my post and take close notes.



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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #7 on: December 17, 2010, 12:02:51 AM »
I'm seriously thinking of petitioning Onnidan Webmaster for you to have your own section on here to post more useless drivel.

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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #8 on: December 17, 2010, 12:10:42 AM »
JCSU went down in enrollment as well

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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #9 on: December 17, 2010, 12:49:46 AM »
JCSU went down in enrollment as well

Yes, that's true. I posted this a little while back on Jackson State.

Alcorn State University is only Mississippi HBCU to gain enrollment
http://onnidan1.com/forum/index.php/topic,43171.0.html


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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #10 on: December 17, 2010, 10:58:25 AM »
One thing is clear. Didn't know so many white students were enrolled at NCCU, Fayetteville State and Winston-Salem State University.

Wonder why UNC Greensboro lost so many students. Their enrollment shrunk and they also lost a lot of black students.


UNC Chapel Hill also lost black students even though that campus grew in enrollment.

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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #11 on: December 17, 2010, 11:01:31 AM »
Nova, I didn't realize until I looked at your numbers how large an enrollment they have at Fayetteville State and Winston-Salem. They're bigger [in terms of enrollment] than some other Div. 1AA schools. I knew A&T and NCCU had very large enrollments. Indeed, very interesting overall.  ;)

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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #12 on: December 17, 2010, 11:05:18 AM »
Nova, I didn't realize until I looked at your numbers how large an enrollment they have at Fayetteville State and Winston-Salem. They're bigger [in terms of enrollment] than some other Div. 1AA schools. I knew A&T and NCCU had very large enrollments. Indeed, very interesting overall.  ;)

And to think Fayetteville State has almost 1,000 fewer students than they had a few years ago.

You're right Jay_Thomas
Winston-Salem State and Fayetteville State are larger than: Alabama A&M, Alabama State, South Carolina State, Grambling, Hampton, UAPB, Bethune-Cookman, Mississippi Valley State, Alcorn State, Savannah State, Coppin State and UMES.
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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #13 on: December 17, 2010, 11:52:15 AM »
One thing is clear. Didn't know so many white students were enrolled at NCCU, Fayetteville State and Winston-Salem State University.

There are a few factors to point to WSSU's surprising increase in enrollment.  First, they attracted a dynamic Chancellor a number of years ago in Harold Martin, a Winston-Salem native, who had done some great work in the engineering dept. at NC A&T State Univ. 

Dr. Martin set some rather high standards and vision for WSSU, with increased enrollment among his top goals.  WSSU has a great nursing program, and a relatively new nursing building to boot.

I'm not saying he was perfect, but I appreciated Dr. Martin's approach, his uplift and great expectations coupled with good sound timetables.  He was (is) a great fan of athletics, too.

Simply put, I believe the (undergrad) nursing program and some graduate programs give WSSU a boost in enrollment.

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Re: Enrollments decrease in 2010 at 2 public HBCUs in North Carolina
« Reply #14 on: December 17, 2010, 12:11:30 PM »
Dr. Martin set some rather high standards and vision for WSSU, with increased enrollment among his top goals.  WSSU has a great nursing program, and a relatively new nursing building to boot.

Simply put, I believe the (undergrad) nursing program and some graduate programs give WSSU a boost in enrollment.


First nursing class capping and pinning ceremony in Fries Auditorium at Winston-Salem Teachers College, 1955 (now Winston-Salem State University). Nursing students hold candles as they stand at the ceremony. The women students wear nurses’ uniforms and starched white caps of the period.

 

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