At the time, the university enrolled about one thousand students.
They agreed to spend less than $400 million in the first year, enrolling only about 20,000 participants.
The other, run by the school, enrolls about 350 students.
Nassau enrolled about 600 children under the age of 3.
The program is expected to enroll about 500,000 people over the next three and a half years at a cost of $750 million.
The schools enroll about 10,000 students from the city and surrounding communities.
There are 3,600 student enrolled at the school and about 1,600 live in campus housing.
The school enrolls about 25 students in each grade for a total of 225.
As of January 2008, the school enrolled about 800 students in grades 9-12.
Results from the trial, which is planned to enroll about 80 people, are expected to be reported in the first half of 2011.