*TRACS defines Distance Education as education that uses one or more of the technologies listed to deliver instruction to students who are separated from the instructor and to support regular and substantive interaction between the students and the instructor, either synchronously or asynchronously. The technologies may include the internet; one-way and two-way transmissions through open broadcast, closed circuit, cable, microwave, broadband lines, fiber optics, satellite, or wireless communications devices; audio conferencing; or video cassettes, DVDs, and CD-ROMs, if used in a course in conjunction with any of the technologies listed above. Courses using Distance Education delivery methods are considered residential in that control emanates from the home campus.
**TRACS defines Correspondence Education as education provided through one or more courses by an institution under which the institution provides instructional materials, by mail or electronic transmission, including examinations on the materials, to students who are separated from the instructor; interaction between the instructor and the student is limited, is not regular and substantive, and is primarily initiated by the student; correspondence courses are typically self-paced; and correspondence education is not distance education. Courses using this delivery method are considered residential in that control emanates from the home campus.
NOTE: Correspondence Education courses / programs reviewed and approved by TRACS are not eligible for Title IV participation.
***TRACS defines a Teaching Site as an additional location geographically apart from the main campus at which the institution offers less than 50% of any educational program
****TRACS defines a Branch Campus as an additional location geographically apart from an institution’s main campus at which the institution offers at least 50% of an educational program.
List all educational programs currently offered by the institution along with current student enrollment (headcount) for each program.