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Spring 2023 vs. Fall 2023 Enrollment
Description Spring 2023 Fall 2023
Enrollment* 4,290 4,753
Full-Time/Part-Time* 27%/73% 25%/75%
Delivered FTE* 2,319 2,563
Female/Male* 57%/43% 57%/43%
Spring 2023 vs. Fall 2023 Enrollment by Age
Age* Spring 2023 Fall 2023
Under 18 29% 36%
18-19 22% 18%
20-21 12% 12%
22-24 9% 8%
25-29 10% 9%
30-34 7% 6%
35-39 4% 4%
40-49 5% 5%
50-64 2% 2%
65+ 0% 0%
Average Age 23.1 22.6
Spring 2023 vs. Fall 2023 Enrollment by Ethnicity
Ethnicity* Spring 2023 Fall 2023
American Indian/Alaskan 0.2% 0.3%
Asian 1.5% 1.4%
Black/African American 8.0% 8.0%
Hispanic/Latinx 5.5% 6.1%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.1% 0.2%
White 78.9% 78.3%
Two or More Races 4.8% 4.8%
Under Served Student Total 18.5% 19.4%
Spring 2023 vs. Fall 2023 Enrollment by County of Residence
County of Residence* Spring 2023 Fall 2023
Boone 41% 40%
Campbell 11% 11%
Gallatin 1% 1%
Grant 5% 5%
Kenton 32% 33%
Owen 0% 0%
Pendleton 3% 3%
Hamilton (OH) 2% 2%
Other 5% 5%
Spring 2023 vs. Fall 2023 Enrollment by Student Classification
Student Classification* Spring 2023 Fall 2023
Freshmen 29% 32%
Sophomore 30% 27%
High School 39% 39%
Non-Degree 2% 2%

College Readiness

Spring vs. Fall 2023 College Readiness
Developmental Education Needsˆ Spring 2023 Fall 2023
New Student with 1 or More Developmental Needs 63% (132) 49% (335)
Developmental Needs in English 51% (108) 42% (284)
Developmental Needs in Mathematics 47% (99) 38% (258)
Developmental Needs in Reading 53% (112) 56% (285)
New Students with Need in All 3 Subjects 35% (73) 30% (206)

Non-Academic Challenges

Fall 2023 Student Characteristics
Student Characteristics** Fall 2023
English Language Learners 3% (20)
Homeless 2% (13)
From economically disadvantaged families 20% (113)
Out of the workforce 8% (48)
Single parents 29% (164)

572 students responded to the KCTCS College Success Survey in Fall 2023.

Fall 2023 Self-Identified Non-Academic Barriers
Self-Identified Non-Academic Barriers** Fall 2023
Concerned about childcare needs being met 21% (122)
Concerned about grocery/food needs being met 46% (261)
Concerned about housing needs being met 42% (241)
Concerned about transportation needs being met 34% (195)

572 students responded to the KCTCS College Success Survey in Fall 2023.

Student Parentsˆ

Reported for Credential-Seeking students only:

  • Spring 2023: 25.70% (658) Credential-Seeking students are parents.
  • Fall 2023: 25.42% (718) Credential-Seeking students are parents.

Student Financial Informationˆ

Percent of Credential-Seeking students who received grant or scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local government, or the institution, or loans.

  • Spring 2023: 77.58% (46.25% received PELL)
  • Fall 2023: 78.15% (49.50% received PELL)

 

*Data Source is Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) Official Enrollment Data. “Gender” percentages omit “Not Specified” students.

^Data Source is PeopleSoft Student Information System, Unofficial Data.

**Data Source is KCTCS College Success Survey.