During the fall of 2008, 7541 SCH were produced through online instruction. Sixty-six percent of these enrollments were generated by students who are coded through an off-campus program. That represented an unduplicated head count of 1950 students (nearly one in six students). In Spring 2009, that unduplicated number increased to 2227 with 8,606 SCH. Online courses represent close to 6% of the University’s total student credit hour production (SCH). With a steep growth curve, close to 10% of the University’s enrollment is anticipated to be online in the not-too-distant future.