Ms. Rosie reported that there was more limited information about PCC s projections. Community colleges tend to be more reactive to economic cycles. When times are good and people have jobs, community colleges slow significantly. When times are bad and there is an economic recession, they tend to get a bump in enrollment. Kimley-Horn looked at PCC s trends over a longer period of time as well as the conversations with PCC. Kimley- Horn estimated that PCC s full-time curriculum students are most likely to generate local demand for the apartment product and could increase by 700 students over the next 10 years.