Graduate Enrollment Report
The Graduate School's long-range enrollment plan was developed over the course of the 2013/14 academic year in cooperation with UNC Charlotte's colleges and an outside research company, Eduventures.
- 137 graduate programs prepared 5 and 10 year enrollment plans with target, safety, and stretch goals. These enrollment goals were rolled up into college goals (reviewed and approved by the deans) and University goals (reviewed and endorsed by the Graduate School).
- The 5 year target goal is 6,303 students and the 10 year goal is 7,217 students. Most of the enrollment increase is based on expanding capacity of existing degree programs although new programs and modes of delivery were considered.
- The colleges were asked to identify broad categories of resources necessary to support the increase in enrollment. The addition of new faculty was identified as the top priority followed by graduate student support funding, then physical facilities (e.g., classrooms, labs, office and research space), and finally new staff.
- The primary recommendation in this report is to use the enrollment plans as a foundation for integrating graduate education into the University's long-range strategic plan and annual reporting. Further there is a recommendation to develop and implement an incentive-based budget process that includes practices and procedures to allocate resources to strategically support the growth of graduate education as well as monitor progress toward reaching the enrollment goals on an annual basis.
The following are the Graduate School Annual Reports for the previous five-years, submitted to the Division of Academic Affairs. Please utilize the links below to review. If you require a previous year, please contact the Graduate School.