GCC enrollment rises for full-time students

October 25, 2013
  • Large crowds of students arrived for classes on the first day of Fall classes at Glendale Community College on September 3, 2013.
Large crowds of students arrived for classes on the first… (Raul Roa / Staff…)

Enrollment at Glendale Community College is up slightly from last year in the number of full-time students taking classes during the fall semester.

This fall, 5,523 full-time students are enrolled at the college, which represents a 1.75% increase over last fall, with 95 full-time additional students this year compared to 2012, according to Edward Karpp, dean of research, planning, and grants for Glendale Community College.

During 2013-14, Glendale Community College will receive $4,636 in state funds for each full-time student enrolled at the college. Based on fall enrollment figures, the college will receive $25,604,628.

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