Community colleges report opening spring term enrollment figures to the Illinois Community College Board using a brief web based survey. These figures reflect student enrollments as of the end of registration for the Spring 2019 semester--usually the 10th day of the term. Overall, compared to the same term one year ago, statewide Spring 2019 headcount enrollments and full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments both decreased. The Spring 2019 semester headcount was 283,008 compared to 289,611 last year (a headcount decrease of 6,603 or -2.3 percent). The latest FTE count was 154,717 compared with 160,396 a year ago (an FTE decrease of 5,679 or -3.5 percent). FTE figures reflect the total number of credit hours being taken by students divided by 15--the number of semester hours traditionally considered a full-time class load. Table 1 contains comparative statewide spring tenth-day enrollments for the last five years. Figure 1 on the next page illustrates a comparison of headcount and FTE trends from 2015-2019. Table 2 provides a comparison of fiscal year 2015 through fiscal year 2019 spring headcount enrollments for each community college. Table 3 contains a comparison of full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments for the same five-year period. Table 4 provides fiscal year 2015 through fiscal year 2019 spring opening enrollments in internet-based courses at each community college.