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West Texas A&M University Universities Performance
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1. Fall headcount (unduplicated)

Out-Of-State Peers   Fall 2000
Detail - Breakout by ethnicity and age
Fall 2014
Detail - Breakout by ethnicity and age
Fall 2015
Detail - Breakout ethnicity and age
% Change
Fall 2000 to
Fall 2015
Institutional
Closing the
Gaps Target-
Fall 2015
Closing the
Gaps Completion
Total* 6,775  8,970  9,482  40.0% 9,460 100.2%
White 5,481(80.9%) 5,541(61.8%) 5,683(59.9%) 3.7% 5,533 102.7%
African American 221(3.3%) 583(6.5%) 610(6.4%) 176.0% 627 97.3%
Hispanic 749(11.1%) 2,053(22.9%) 2,295(24.2%) 206.4% 3,300 69.5%
Asian 92(1.4%) 165(1.8%) 224(2.4%) 143.5%    
International 190(2.8%) 238(2.7%) 286(3.0%) 50.5%    
Other 42(0.6%) 390(4.3%) 384(4.0%) 814.3%    
 
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Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment

2. Fall semester credit hours (SCH) includes undergraduate(15), master's(12), doctoral(9), special-professional(12), and optometry(17).

Out-Of-State Peers   Fall 2000
Detail - Breakout by gender, ethnicity, and age
Fall 2014
Detail - Breakout by gender, ethnicity, and age
Fall 2015
Detail - Breakout by gender, ethnicity, and age
% Change
Fall 2000 to
Fall 2015
Total FTSEs 5,218 7,064 7,305 40.0%
State-Funded FTSEs 5,198 6,989 7,223 39.0%
 

NOTE: The percentage change is based on the actual FTE numbers and may vary slightly from the calculation produced by the rounded numbers. Post-baccalaureate students are counted separately from master’s for headcount enrollment and are counted with master’s for FTE enrollment calculations.

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