Students in Reber’s forecasting class. From left to right: Mark Switajski, Zach Lipp, Tom Dukatz, Phil Manley, Rachel Swedin and Alex Reichle. Photo by Maddie Malat.

Forecasting class to predict enrollment for upcoming year

Nine students in Dr. John Reber’s forecasting class are working to predict Concordia’s future enrollment numbers, which could greatly benefit the college’s budget planning. According to Eric Addington, associate vice […]

 

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