Statistics on Russian Enrollment

The Committee on College and Pre-College Russian website now lists Fall 2010 enrollments in Russian, other Slavic and EE languages submitted by 49 programs across the country and in Canada. To see this data, click here.

If your program has not yet participated, your data can be easily submitted by e-mail.

The Fall 2010 census of college and university Russian programs is still underway. We are requesting your current enrollments now that the semester is underway and your class numbers have stabilized. Hopefully, things have settled down for the fall semester, and we'd appreciate it if you would please take a couple of minutes today to help us follow the national trends in our discipline. Last year's data again reflected a growth in enrollments--we need to know if this trend is continuing.

As in the past, we are requesting your 1st and 2nd year enrollments in Russian.  In addition to Russian, we are also listing any OTHER SLAVIC and EE LANGUAGES taught at your institution.  Over 75 institutions responded last year, and their data is now available on the website shown above.  Along with Russian enrollments, we also list enrollments at the  first and 2nd year level in the other languages.

Each year a national overview of the extent of our offerings in Slavic and EE languages emerges from your responses to give the profession a better idea of the distribution and depth of such courses across the country.  For many of the institutions participating, trend data now can be followed from 2002 to the present.

John Schillinger

Emeritus Prof. of Russian

American University


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