What happened to Fall 2016 acceptances who didn't enroll?
Over the Fall 2016 admissions period, CCRI accepted 7,064 students, with 50 percent
or 3,525 enrolling at CCRI. So what happened to the other 3,539 students CCRI accepted?
The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment queried the National Student Clearinghouse
database to track the enrollment, if any, of these 3,539 students who did not enroll
in CCRI after acceptance as of July 13, 2017. Here’s what our analysis found.
Of the 24 percent or 836 students who enrolled at another institution after acceptance
Twenty-five percent (212) enrolled at a two-year institution:
- Ninety-two percent chose another two-year public institution, with Bristol Community
College (79) being the top choice.
- Eight percent chose a two-year private institution, including Motoring Technical Training
Institute, the Brockton Hospital School of Nursing and Florida Technical College.
Seventy-five percent (624) enrolled at a four-year institution:
- Forty-two percent chose a four-year public institution, with Rhode Island College
(249) as the unequivocal top choice. Fifty-five students chose the University of Rhode
- Fifty-eight percent chose a four-year private institution, with Johnson and Wales
University (71), New England Institute of Technology (42) and Southern New Hampshire
University (14) as the top three choices.