Kansas Universities Report More Students

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TOPEKA - It's another record-setting year for Kansas colleges.

The State Board of Regents reported Friday that 91,872 students enrolled this fall at the state's six universities. That's up two-percent and is the largest increase in the past five years.

KU Medical Center in Kansas City saw the biggest jump, with an increase of 6.3%.

Enrollment at KU is up 2.5% to 26,999. K-State and Emporia State are up less than one-percent.

Washburn University isn't included because it's not a regents school. They say they're still compiling enrollment numbers.

The full enrollment report is available at www.kansasregents.org.