The results of these measures have been significant. Over the initial two years of the grant, for example, the University has increased its enrollment by over 13%, this during a time of overall decline in enrollment at both the state and national levels. The University has been able to better retain these students, as well, and to move them toward graduation. Fall-to-fall persistence of all students increased during these two years by 3%, and fall-to-fall persistence of first-time full-time students increased by an impressive 13%. The number of students placed on academic suspension after the fall semester decreased, as well, by an even more impressive 80%. These achievements have been due in large part to the work of the Student Success and Distance Learning Coordinators and to the other curriculum and technology measures enabled by the Title III grant.