Subsidy full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollment is the process used by the Ohio Board of Regents to determine the data to be used in calculating instructional subsidy. The result of the process is a listing of eligible and ineligible FTE by campus, by subsidy model. These data are also used for other subsidy and public policy development purposes.
Student enrollments are reported to Regents by public colleges and universities at the end of each academic term. These enrollments are classified by Subject Code and Level of instruction of the course, and according to the student's eligibility for subsidy. These and other parameters are used to determine which of the subsidy models is used to fund the course.
This process is restricted to the calculation of Subsidy FTE enrollments; the actual allocation of subsidy funds is not part of the process.
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