Enrollment refers to students who have been admitted to the university, paid fees, and enrolled in classes.
The two primary ways of counting enrolled students are counting individuals via headcount (HC) and counting the student workload through the amount of units via full-time equivalent (FTE). The FTE assumptions are 15 quarterly units per undergraduate (45 per year) and 12 quarterly units per graduate student (36 per year). The units measure weekly credit-hours and are recorded at the end of the third week of instruction.
Quarterly Student HC (FWS, 3QA) and Annual FTE
Instructional workload analysis focuses on student credit-hours (SCH). SCH may be examined from the perspective of faculty workload (the amount of student credit-hours an instructor teaches) and student workload (the amount of credit-hours a student attends class).
2014-15 Instructional Workload Summary
Faculty Workload Data Warehouse - secure website
- Apply for New Account
- Course Load and Student Direction
- Departmental Instructional Workload (3q - FWS)
- Departmental Instructional Workload (4q - SFWS)
- Instructor Class Listing and Summary
- Archived Reports
Seating Charts and Details on ACMS