Enrollment undercount is costly for California college

June 15, 2007
Southwestern College in Chula Vista has lost more than $3 million over seven years.

Southwestern College in Chula Vista, Calif., has been undercounting its students, a mistake that has potentially cost the college millions of dollars. The college gets $4,367 from the state for every full-time student. A former research analyst says he has documented seven years of undercounting and has tallied a loss of more than $3 million.

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