More students, a lot more credits at MCC
CRYSTAL LAKE – McHenry County College is seeing a slight increase in the number of students this fall and students taking more credit hours, the college reported.
The number of students increased 1.3 percent – to 7,194 this fall from 7,104 in fall 2011. Credit hours, however, jumped 7.2 percent year over year – to 64,112 from 59,817.
“The reality is, it’s not all about money, it’s about education. But we charge students by the number of credit hours, and it’s important to track by the number of credit hours because it’s how we determine our revenue and the classes that we offer,” said Tony Miksa, the college’s vice president of academic and student affairs.
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