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CUNY libraries statistics 2019-2020 (Archive)

Student Enrollment

Use the linked tables to answer these questions.

Question Explanation

90. Full-time Equivalents (FTE)

Available via CUNY IR.

91. Headcounts
Note: According to CUNY IR, colleges will have a higher FTE than headcount if students take a larger-than-usual course-load.

This question can be skipped because data for 91a -91e are available from CUNY IR.

91a. Full time undergraduates

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91b. Part time undergraduates 

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91c. Full time graduates

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91d. Part time graduates

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91e. Total if full time and part time undergraduate and graduate headcounts are reported separately calculated sum of 91a + 91d

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