By Meris Stansbury, eCampus News
Extended campus sees initial course enrollment spike thanks to a six-part, administrator-led strategy. Boosting course enrollment for online learning may seem easy, but for an extended campus that relies not only on adjunct faculty, but funding from tuition, boosting course enrollment is not always the no-brainer it’s made out to be. According to a new report, that’s what Brigham Young University’s (BYU) Salt Lake Center administration came to find as it tried to keep itself financially afloat by offering the same portfolio of courses they offered from the year before, as well as offering courses that were filled to capacity at the main campus—some 46 miles away in Provo, Utah.
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