Since the last edition, Enrollment Management presented its annual report to the Shepherd University Board of Governors at the November 12, 2009 meeting. To view the report presented, please follow the URL below to discussion agenda item 1:

Since then, we have also submitted the Spring 2010 enrollment data to the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (WV HEPC). The data reported included:

  • Spring 2010 head count enrollment is 3,761, up 2.15 percent from Spring 2009.

  • The FTE enrollment went up by 2.77 percent, to 3,392.

  • New undergraduate student enrollment augmented that growth with a 10.3 percent head count increase.

    For a more comprehensive review please visit our Institutional Research Site at

    To assist the campus community, I have provided the 2009-10 university snapshot and profile:

    The above benchmarks are indicators of Shepherd's value. The proof of a Shepherd liberal arts education comes as students encounter an ever-changing world upon graduation. The Shepherd graduate is well-equipped to succeed in a chosen career or profession, and is able to adapt--and flourish--no matter the uncertainties that lie ahead.

    Kimberly Scranage
    Vice President for Enrollment Management

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