WICHE Releases 2016-17 Student Exchange Program Statistics Report

Statistical Report Academic Year 2016-17

This report covers fall 2016 enrollments for WUE, WRGP, and PSEP. It details the funds that flow between students’ home states and the enrolling PSEP institutions that receive them and also provides detailed enrollment for participating WRGP programs and WUE institutions.

2016-17 WICHE Student Exchange Program

WICHE Notes

WICHE Workplan FY 2017

WICHE and its 16 member states and territories work collaboratively to expand educational access and excellence for their citizens. By promoting innovation, cooperation, resource sharing, and sound public policy, WICHE strengthens higher education’s contributions to our social, economic, and civic life. Download WICHE Workplan FY 2017

WICHE’s FY 2016 annual report

A report available at http://www.wiche.edu/pub/wiche-2016-Annual-Report recaps WICHE’s work during fiscal year 2015 to expand access to higher education, foster student success, create and sustain institutional and state collaborations and innovations, and promote sound public policy.

WICHE in the News

  • Dayton Daily News
    by Max Filby | Sunday, June 11, 2017

    Wright State University’s enrollment is expected to hit its lowest point in more than a decade this coming academic year.

  • Chronicle of Higher Education
    by Katricia Brown | Monday, May 22, 2017

    This fall the University of Missouri at Columbia will welcome its smallest freshman class in nearly two decades. As of this month, just 4,009 first-time freshmen had made enrollment deposits, a decline of 35 percent from the 2015 class of 6,191 students.

  • University Herald
    by Anne Collins | Wednesday, May 3, 2017

    Online education enrollment has continued to grow according to the new report, Digital Learning Compass: Digital Education Enrollment Report 2017. The overall enrollment in higher education, however, has fallen in the past three years.

  • INSIDE Higher Ed
    by Carl Straumsheim | Tuesday, May 2, 2017

    Online enrollment continues to grow as the total number of students in college shrinks. The growth is particularly strong at private nonprofit colleges, report finds.

    In fall 2012, the University of Phoenix soared above other distance education providers. At the time, more than 256,000 students took at least one online course there -- nearly 200,000 more than the next institution on the list. Southern New Hampshire University, by the same metric, ranked 50th.