For two consecutive years, Ohio State ATI autumn semester enrollment has increased. Fall 2013 enrollment was 643 students, an increase of 5.1 percent over 2012. This year's enrollment jumped by nearly 10 percent to an official headcount of 702.
Enrollment in the Associate of Science (transfer) programs continues to grow, with 57 percent of students enrolled in A.S. programs and 42.6 percent in Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) programs.
Among the A.S. programs, the largest programs are livestock science, agricultural business, and agronomy. The top programs in the A.A.S.degrees are crop management and soil conservation, livestock production and management, and horse production and management. Greenhouse and turfgrass are tied as the largest enrollment horticulture programs.