Barton Community College served 8,394 students in the fall semester of 2013, which is an increase of 272 students from the previous fall semester.
The most widely accepted metric to measure enrollment is Full Time Equivalency (FTE). This is calculated by taking the total credit hours provided and dividing by 15 credit hours per semester, which is the average course load for a full time student. This standard allows Barton to see how it’s doing relative to other colleges and past semesters.
Barton saw an increase of about 4.2 percent in FTE from fall 2012 to fall 2013.