Enrollment Up At Kansas' Public Universities, Colleges

By: Kansas Board of Regents posted by Amanda Lanum
By: Kansas Board of Regents posted by Amanda Lanum
The Kansas Board of Regents announced numbers for the 2012 Fall semester Thursday morning. In total, enrollment for public colleges and universities is up this year.

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TOPEKA, Kan. – Enrollment figures released Thursday (9/27) by the Kansas Board of Regents shows an increase of 458 students at the state’s 32 public universities, community colleges and technical colleges. This represents a 0.24% system wide increase for the 2012 fall academic semester over the 2011 fall academic semester.

The system wide enrollment of 188,694 is reported as of census day by each institution.

Enrollment was down at the seven public universities and 19 community colleges, -152 students (-0.15%) and -150 students (-0.19%) respectively.

Enrollment was up at the six technical colleges by 705 students, an increase of 13.40%. Please see the attached spreadsheet for individual institution enrollment figures.


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