Answered by the IRA Team
Last Updated: Jul 19, 2016     Views: 45

Duplicated headcount counts a student one time for every campus attended. If a student takes one class at Metro and one class at West, the student is counted twice.

Unduplicated headcount counts a student one time no matter how many campuses are attended.

If a student takes two classes at Metro and one at West, for headcount purposes, the student is counted twice, however for enrollment purposes, the student is counted three times.

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