IN THIS ARTICLE:
Learn about the Program Summary Report (CLA-3), its filter options, and how to generate it.
What is the Program Summary Report?
The Program Summary Report is a summary of enrollments by Program. It can be run to include both camps and classes in one report, or as separate totals. It provides you with essential data such as:
Class/Camp - total number of classes or camps that are active over the date range
Instructing Hours - Total number of instructors multiplied by their scheduled hours, summed up over the date range
Class/Camp Hours - Total scheduled hours (regardless of whether or not instructors are attached)
Students - Number of students in classes/camps - students are unique by program; the sum at the bottom is not unique. (The unique number of students across programs is noted in the SUMMARY area at the bottom of the report.)
Active - Total number of Active Enrollments.
Trial - Total number of Trial Enrollments
Makeup - Total number of makeup enrollments
Waitlist - Total number of wait list enrollments
Capacity – Total number of enrollments allowed.
- Openings - total number of openings based on the number of Enrollments subtracted from the Capacity.
(*) Enrollment Meetings - Total scheduled meetings filled by enrollments across date range
(*) Occupancy - The total number of allowed enrollments in the program divided by the number of students enrolled in the program during the specified date range.
* Enrollment Meetings and Occupancy were adjusted to reflect each time classes/camps meet to help identify gaps in enrollment that were previously unable to be represented.
The report also includes a Summary view giving the following totals:
- Class/Camp in this Search - total number of classes/camps that are active over the date range
- Total instructor hours - total number of hours based on the class/camp duration, multiplied by the number of instructors assigned to the class/camp
- Total hours - total number of hours based on the class/camp duration
- Unique student total - this is the total of students if you were to add up the student count for each program. Students will be counted multiple times if a student has an enrollment in more than one program.
- Unique students across all programs - this total only counts each student once, regardless of how many programs they are enrolled in. The true count of unique students based on all enrollments.
- Total active enrollments
- Total trial enrollments
- Total makeup enrollments
- Total wait list enrollments
- Total scheduled meetings filled by enrollments across date range - the total number of class/camp meetings within the specified date range. This number only reflects scheduled class/camp meetings with enrollments -- if a class or camp had no active enrollments, it is not included in the count.
- Total openings across date range - total number of openings based on the number of Enrollments subtracted from the Capacity.
- Percent of scheduled meetings filled across date range - The total number of allowed enrollments in the program divided by the number of students enrolled in the program during the specified date range.
If a student transfers from one class to another during the specified date range and both classes are attached to the same Program, the system will count it as a single enrollment, but multiple Enrollment meetings.
NOTES: Chosen filters that relate to enrollments will produce results that are true based on the Start Date/End Date you select when generating the report.
The Program Summary Report is available in either HTML, PDF, XLS or CSV format.
- START DATE/END DATE: sets the date range
- LOCATIONS: the system will only include families with enrollments associated with the selected Location(s) in the results.
- CHOOSE PROGRAMS: select a Program to limit the report to only families with an active enrollment in a class associated with that program. (Because families are only associated with a Program when an active enrollment is present, this filter will not have any effect on the results if the STATUS filter is set to “All” or “Inactive”.)
- CHOOSE KEYWORDS: select a Keyword to limit the report to only families who have the selected Program Keyword assigned.
- DISPLAY OPTION
- Only Show Programs with Enrollments – hides any programs that do not have enrollments within the defined date range.
- Exclude Trial and Makeup Enrollments – Trial and Makeup enrollments will not be included in the totals.
- Include Enrollments Within Date Range That Do Not Meet Inside the Date Range - includes all ACTIVE type enrollments within the date range even if that particular class did not meet during that time.
- Include Wait List Enrollments In Student Count - if enabled, the system will count students with WAIT type enrollments in the total student count.
- SHOW CLASS/CAMP
- Show Classes – data related to class enrollments will be shown in its own table
- Show Camps – data related to camp enrollments will be shown in its own table
- Combine Classes/Camps – data related to both class and camp enrollments will be combined into a single table.
- CLASS STATUS
- Active – shows data for classes where the status is currently marked as “Active.”
- Inactive – shows data for classes where the status is currently marked as “Inactive.”
- CAMP STATUS
- Active – shows data for camps where the status is currently marked as “Active.”
- Inactive – shows data for camps where the status is currently marked as “Inactive.”
NOTE: Camp enrollments are considered ACTIVE in a camp for a period of time starting with the first block they have selected and ending with the last block. Therefore, if a student is enrolled only on May 5th and May 8th, their enrollment will be considered active from May 5th-May 8th (also encompassing May 6th and 7th).