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Record 82,000 students choose ASU


While college enrollments may have slowed in recent years, Arizona State University continues to draw record numbers of academically qualified students who are eager to learn and embark on their journey to a better life. As the fall 2014 semester gets under way Aug. 21, the university anticipates an enrollment of more than 82,000 undergraduate… Read More →

ASU freshman class breaks records for enrollment

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Arizona State University is welcoming an academically strong and remarkably diverse freshman class that includes many students who have distinguished themselves both inside and outside the classroom. The new class of Sun Devils rises from the largest pool of freshman applicants in the university’s history, and among its ranks are a 16-year-old with four associate’s… Read More →

More than 13,500 students moving into ASU


A strong demand for quality academic programs and the student experience at Arizona State University has led to a record number of students choosing to live on campus this year. More than 13,500 first-year and returning students move into residence halls this weekend. Approximately 8,300 first-year students – an all-time record – will live in… Read More →

Midwestern Glendale Enrollment Tops 3,000 for 1st time

Incoming Midwestern University students receive their white coats at a special ceremony just after the beginning of the fall semester. The University’s total enrollment in 14 graduate-level healthcare programs offered at its Glendale campus has surpassed 3,000 students for the first time this year.
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Midwestern University, home to Arizona’s largest medical school and the state’s first College of Veterinary Medicine, announced the achievement of another milestone in the University’s history. For the first time since the University’s Glendale campus was established in 1995, total enrollment in Midwestern’s 14 graduate degree programs exceeds 3,000 students. For comparison’s sake, only 136… Read More →

Apollo quarterly profit beats predictions


For-profit education company Apollo Group Inc. said Monday its fiscal second-quarter net income tumbled 79 percent, hurt by a drop in enrollment, but the results beat Wall Street predictions and Apollo shares jumped 7 percent in premarket trading. For the quarter ended Feb. 28, the University of Phoenix parent company earned $13.5 million, or 12… Read More →

U.S. colleges seek more foreign students

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Want to see how quickly the look and business model of American public universities are changing? Visit a place like Indiana University. Five years ago, there were 87 undergraduates from China on its idyllic, All-American campus in Bloomington. This year: 2,224. According to an Associated Press report, new figures out Monday show international enrollment at… Read More →

SCNM sets enrollment record


A record number of students have enrolled for the Fall 2012 starting class at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences (SCNM), continuing a consistent growth trend showing a 60 percent increase since 2008. Nearly new 100 students have been accepted into the medical college’s four-year naturopathic physician degree program, which begins Oct.… Read More →

NAU poised to set enrollment records

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Based on the first week of student registration, Northern Arizona University’s Mountain Campus appears to be on track for another year of record enrollment. A university spokesman says the incoming freshman class totals about 4,100 and enrollment in Flagstaff is up by 700 to 18,200. Both of those marks would be records. Statewide, enrollment at… Read More →