Annual Report 2016-17

Optimize Enrollment

Students studying in the Southworth Library. A window overlooks the scenic campus.

A fundamental component of SUNY Canton’s ten-year plan involves establishing realistic targets for the number of students attending the College each year through 2020.

Enrollment trends continue to improve through cross-campus collaborations culminating from initiatives in the Office of Admissions.

  • The College achieved its fourth straight record Summer Session and Winterterm enrollments by adding courses in key subject areas.
  • The Jumpstart summer bridge program served about 50 students and became a credit-bearing pre-college endeavor.
  • SUNY Canton submitted nine grant proposals to SUNY as part of its Performance Improvement Fund initiative; six of those proposals were approved. The majority of the funding will be used for online enhancements and expanded online programs.

Our applications for Fall 2017 are up from the previous year. We’ve received 5,709 applications, which is the second-best record in the College’s history. The strength of our academic programs coupled with our ever-increasing online offerings will continue to drive the College’s growth for the next decade.

- Molly A. Mott, Ph.D., Associate Provost and Dean of Academic Support Services and Instructional Technologies

Online Growth

Winterterm
Summer Session

Enrollments for the College’s highly popular online Winterterm and Summer Sessions continue to grow.


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