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The Under-Enrollment Report in X25's Section Analytics area indicates when sections have a significantly lower registered headcount than their enrollment maximum.

You can use this information to manage course offerings in your student information system (SIS).

Screenshot of a table of section data, with miscellaneous details on each row

Image: Under-Enrollment Report

Above the report, set a target maximum percentage. A section is considered "under-enrolled" if its enrollment ratio is below this target.

The report table includes the following fields:

  • Subject Code: This corresponds to the section's organization when imported to 25Live.
  • Course/Section Number: These appear in the section's name when imported to 25Live.
  • CRN: The section's Course Record Number or unique identifier (appears in section name).
  • EHC: Expected Head Count (based on maximum enrollment)
  • Fill (%): Under-enrollment percentage (registered head count divided by expected head count)
  • RHC: Registered Head Count
  • Instructor(s): All instructors associated with the section are included.
  • Location Details: If the section has been assigned a location in the SIS, it is displayed here. Utilization numbers are presented based on both EHC and RHC.

Only sections whose RHC is significantly than EHC are displayed (i.e., where Fill % is lower than the target).

   X25 Analytics

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