Imperial Valley College experienced the highest-ever enrollment for the Winter Intersession, which began on Jan. 3 and runs through Feb. 3
“For the fourth consecutive term, we recorded double-digit enrollment growth. I’m so amazed by our outstanding faculty, staff, and administrators for the awesome work you all are doing in granting our students, and community members access to higher education,” IVC Superintendent/President Lennor Johnson told the campus in a recent email.
The Winter Intersession recorded a 15 percent increase compared to the 2022 Winter session.
Spring registration also looks very promising, Johnson said. At the time of the email (Jan. 19), Spring enrollment was running 11 percent above 2022 and 18 percent above 2021. Spring classes begin on Feb 13.
“Without your help, this enrollment growth does not occur. I appreciate it. Let’s continue to work together for our students,” Johnson wrote to the campus.
IVC has bucked a statewide post-COVID community college trend in 2021 and 2022 that reflected lower enrollment.