Accurately predicting summer school enrollment at Kansas University is far from being a science, a KU official said today.
"Predictions are very difficult when it comes to enrollment," said Brower Burchill, KU associate vice chancellor for academic affairs at KU. "It's just sort of who shows up."
However, Burchill said he doesn't expect enrollment to differ much from last summer.
In 1991, the first-day headcount was 8,868. That's two fewer students than enrolled in 1990.
Fee payment began today for the eight-week 1992 session. And classes start meeting Tuesday.
Burchill said a reduction in course offerings this summer might influence enrollment.