Planning for Higher Education Journal

Improving Summer Enrollments

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From Volume 5 Number 4 | August 1976
By Michael A. Moore

As more and more colleges and universities confront the threat of financial exigency, they are seeking ways in which to maintain or increase student enrollments. One area of possible growth is the summer session, which has often been relegated to a minor role in an institution's planning and programming. This article, which is based on the author's 1975 study of the summer sessions at Bowling Green State University, suggests ways in which planners, administrators, and faculty may analyze their summer enrollments, consider new programs, and utilize interdepartmental and community resources to effect desired changes.

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