Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV )This Monday, the college of southern Idaho’s Board of trustees met and discussed student enrollment for the 2013 summer semester.
With the numbers coming in for 2013, it looks like this summer will fall a little short of 2012.
So far overall enrollment is down 14.3 percent.
Currently, 1,941 students are enrolled in either online courses or in a traditional classroom setting.
Compared to last year’s 2,268 students.
But officials over at CSI aren’t worried about the decreasing number in student enrollment.
They say this summer’s numbers are on par compared to prior years.
“We’re really right in the middle of a cycle. So while were down from last year, which was the high water mark for us, when you look over the last 5 years we’re actually pretty steady with our summer school enrollment.”
Said John Miller, from the College of Southern Idaho.
One number that is up this summer compared to last, is the number of student enrolling in online courses.
Official say this is due to the fact that most online courses work better with their students schedules.