Enrollment Overview

Overall student enrollment

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Enrollment (Fall Counts: 2007 -2016)

Headcount & FTES

Year Total Headcount Total FTES
2007 4,080 3,923
2008 4,340 4,129
2009 4,686 4,518
2010 4,790 4,727
2011 5,173 5,129
2012 5,609 5,375
2013 5,732 5,474
2014 6,926 6,460
2015 7,378 6,862
2016 7,634 7,063

Race / Ethnicity

Race / Ethnicity 2015 2016
African American 531 (7%) 490 (6%)
Asian American 474 (6%) 512 (7%)
Latino 2,660 (36%) 2,996 (39%)
Native American 66 (1%) 64 (1%)
Other/Decline 449 (6%) 466 (6%)
Pacific Islander 71 (1%) 73 (1%)
Two or more races 538 (7%) 575 (8%)
White 2,589 (35%) 2,458 (32%)

Age

Age 2015 2016
17 & Under 9 (0%) 9 (0%)
18-20 2,676 (36%) 2,426 (32%)
21-24 2,909 (39%) 3,129 (41%)
25-30 1,083 (15%) 1,258 (16%)
31 & Over 701 (10%) 812 (11%)

Gender

Gender 2015 2016
Female 4,647 (63%) 4,781 (63%)
Male 2,731 (37%) 2,853 (37%)

Region (2016)

Region 2016
Tri County 2,815 (37%)
Southern Cal 1,751 (23%)
Central Cal 1,352 (18%)
Northern Cal 1,326 (17%)
Other countries 207 (3%)
Other states 171 (2%)

Tri-County Region (2016)

Tri-County Region 2016
Monterey 2,030 (72%)
Santa Cruz 568 (20%)
San Benito 217 (8%)

Graduate Programs

Graduate Program 2015 2016
Business Administration 186 181
Social Work 112 122
Education 51 91
Instructional Science & Technology 46 73
Marine Science 36 43
Applied Marine & Watershed Science 39 34

Top 5 Undergraduate Programs by Enrollment

2015

Undergraduate Program 2015
Business Administration 820
Psychology 778
Kinesiology 680
Biology 676
Marine Science 426

2016

Undergraduate Program 2016
Business Administration 923
Psychology 795
Kinesiology 646
Biology 579
Human Communication 450

Source: Enrollment Census, Data Warehouse

Degree-seeking undergraduate enrollment

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Degree-Seeking UndergraduatesAll Undergraduates

Year Students
2007 3,619
2008 3,846
2009 4,237
2010 4,395
2011 4,795
2012 5,183
2013 5,303
2014 6,317
2015 6,722
2016 6,883

Self-support students are not included before 2014 in this data.

Gender

Gender 2015 2016
Female 4,647 (63%) 4,271 (62%)
Male 2,731 (37%) 2,612 (38%)
Age 2015 2016
17 & Under 9 (0%) 9 (0%)
18-20 2,676 (36%) 2,426 (35%)
21-24 2,909 (39%) 3,025 (44%)
25-30 1,083 (15%) 961 (14%)
31 & Over 701 (10%) 462 (7%)
Race / Ethnicity 2015 2016
African American 531 (7%) 459 (7%)
Asian American 474 (6%) 460 (7%)
Latino 2,660 (36%) 2,806 (41%)
Native American 66 (1%) 58 (1%)
Other / Decline 449 (6%) 355 (5%)
Pacific Islander 71 (1%) 66 (1%)
Two or more races 538 (7%) 520 (8%)
White 2,589 (35%) 2,159 (31%)
Under-Represented Groups 2015 2016
First Generation 3,686 (55%) 3,875 (56%)
Low Income 2,337 (35%) 2,441 (35%)
URM 3,257 (44%) 3,323 (48%)
Tri-county 2,531 (34%) 2,394 (35%)
Enrollment by College 2016
Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences 2,046 (30%)
Business 974 (14%)
Science 1,963 (29%)
Education 427 (6%)
Health Sciences & Human Services 1,151 (17%)
Undergraduate Studies 322 (5%)
Year Pell Eligible Undergraduates
2015 3,387 (50%)
2016 3,482 (51%)

Degree-seeking first-time freshmen enrollment

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Degree-Seeking First-Time Freshmen (Fall Cohorts: 2015-2016)

Race / Ethnicity

Race / Ethnicity 2015 2016
African American 135 (13%) 55 (7%)
Asian American 68 (6%) 55 (7%)
Latino 426 (40%) 399 (50%)
Native American 4 (0%) 7 (1%)
Other / Decline 13 (1%) 11 (1%)
Pacific Islander 16 (2%) 6 (1%)
Two or more races 70 (7%) 72 (9%)
White 320 (30%) 197 (25%)

Gender

Gender 2015 2016
Female 705 (67%) 526 (66%)
Male 347 (33%) 276 (34%)

Age

99% of first-time freshmen are between 18 & 20 years old.

Preparation

Preparation 2015 2016
SAT Verbal 490 477
SAT Math 486 475
ACT English 20 20
ACT Math 20 20
High School GPA 3.32 3.33
% Needing Remediation 45.9 47.8

Pell Eligible

Year Pell Eligible
2015 536 (51%)
2016 458 (57%)

Enrollment by College (Fall 2016)

College Fall 2016
Science 263 (33%)
Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences 229 (29%)
Business 93 (12%)
Health Sciences & Human Services 92 (11%)
Education 63 (8%)
Undergraduate Studies 62 (8%)

Under-Represented Groups

Under-Represented Group 2015 2016
First Generation 529 (50%) 530 (66%)
URM 565 (54%) 461 (57%)
Low Income 340 (32%) 288 (36%)
Tri-county 209 (20%) 255 (32%)

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Degree-seeking transfers enrollment

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Degree-Seeking Transfers (Fall Cohorts: 2015-2016)

Gender 2015 2016
Female 513 (61%) 569 (59%)
Male 322 (39%) 400 (41%)
Age 2015 2016
17 & Under 0 (0%) 0 (0%)
18-20 75 (9%) 77 (8%)
21-24 510 (61%) 553 (57%)
25-30 162 (19%) 219 (23%)
31 & Over 88 (11%) 120 (12%)
College 2016 Enrollment
Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences 321 (33%)
Business 207 (21%)
Science 196 (20%)
Education 55 (6%)
Health Sciences & Human Services 188 (19%)
Race / Ethnicity 2015 2016
African American 17 (2%) 33 (3%)
Asian American 52 (6%) 71 (7%)
Latino 320 (38%) 392 (40%)
Native American 7 (1%) 8 (1%)
Other / Decline 29 (3%) 40 (4%)
Pacific Islander 9 (1%) 10 (1%)
Two or more races 61 (7%) 89 (9%)
White 340 (41%) 326 (34%)
Under-Represented Groups 2015 2016
First Generation 428 (51%) 542 (56%)
Low Income 325 (39%) 368 (38%)
URM 344 (41%) 433 (45%)
Tri-county 376 (45%) 473 (49%)
Year Pell Eligible Enrollment
2015 450 (54%)
2016 482 (50%)
Tri-County Feeder Schools 2015 2016
Hartnell 142 (40%) 196 (43%)
Cabrillo 88 (25%) 102 (22%)
Monterey Peninsula College 82 (23%) 104 (23%)
Gavilan 45 (13%) 57 (12%)

Source: Enrollment Census, Data Warehouse

Degree-seeking graduate student enrollment

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Degree-Seeking Graduate Students (Fall Counts: 2015-2016)

Gender 2015 2016
Female 308 (66%) 376 (69%)
Male 162 (34%) 168 (31%)
Age 2015 2016
17 & Under 0 (0%) 0 (0%)
18-20 1 (0%) 0 (0%)
21-24 57 (12%) 72 (13%)
25-30 201 (43%) 225 (41%)
31 & Over 211 (45%) 247 (45%)
Race / Ethnicity 2015 2016
African American 28 (6%) 27 (5%)
Asian American 57 (12%) 44 (8%)
Latino 105 (22%) 141 (26%)
Native American 4 (1%) 4 (1%)
Other / Decline 25 (5%) 55 (10%)
Pacific Islander 4 (1%) 6 (1%)
Two or more races 40 (9%) 43 (8%)
White 207 (44%) 224 (41%)
Majors 2015 2016
Business Administration 186 181
Social Work 112 122
Education 51 91
Instructional Science & Technology 46 73
Marine Science 36 43
Applied Marine & Watershed Science 39 34
Region 2016 Graduate Student Enrollment
Monterey 207 (38%)
Southern Cal 93 (17%)
Northern Cal 69 (13%)
Central Cal 60 (11%)
Santa Cruz 49 (9%)
Other states 42 (8%)
San Benito 12 (2%)
Other countries 6 (1%)
Under-Represented Groups 2015 2016
First Generation 218 (46%) 258 (47%)
Low Income 105 (22%) 132 (24%)
URM 137 (29%) 172 (32%)
Tri-county 209 (45%) 268 (49%)

Source: Enrollment Census, Data Warehouse

Self support enrollment

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Self Support Enrollment (Fall Counts: 2015-2016)

Gender 2015 2016
Female 183 (66%) 200 (56%)
Male 93 (34%) 160 (44%)
Race / Ethnicity 2015 2016
African American 15 (5%) 20 (6%)
Asian American 41 (15%) 49 (14%)
Latino 52 (19%) 67 (19%)
Native American 1 (0%) 2 (1%)
Other / Decline 19 (7%) 49 (14%)
Pacific Islander 3 (1%) 3 (1%)
Two or More Races 24 (9%) 31 (9%)
White 121 (44%) 139 (39%)
Program 2015 2016
MBA 186 (67%) 181 (50%)
Nursing 82 (30%) 72 (20%)
All Other 8 (3%) 107 (30%)
Region 2016
Tri-County 114 (32%)
Southern California 110 (31%)
Northern California 64 (18%)
Central California 42 (12%)
Other States 22 (6%)
Unknown 7 (2%)
Other Countries 1 (0%)

*At the time of the Fall 2016 census, the region was unknown for seven self support students; the "Other Countries" value here is based on Fall 2016 census reporting and differs from the non census numbers reported below

Top 5 International Student Countries (2015)

International Student Countries 2015
Germany 63
Japan 45
Norway 43
Republic of Korea 30
France 25

Top 5 International Student Countries (2016)

International Student Countries 2016
Norway 58
Germany 50
Japan 48
China 41
France 30

*The top four tables for this infographic are based on Fall 2016 census numbers; the Top 5 International Student Countries graphs include non census numbers

Source: Enrollment Census, Data Warehouse