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PSU Sets A Record For Fall Enrollment

There are 111 more students enrolled at PSU compared to Fall 2012.
PITTSBURG, KS---According to figures released by the Kansas Board of Regents today, fall enrollment at Pittsburg State University is 7,400 students, an all time record. There are 111 more students enrolled at PSU compared to fall 2012.

“There are many factors that affect enrollment,” says PSU President Steve Scott. “It begins with strong academic programs in areas that appeal to students and hold the promise of rewarding careers. Beyond that, students are looking for a campus community that is welcoming and supportive. We work every day to make sure that is the case. And students are looking for value. They want and expect high quality academic programs at a price they can afford. Pittsburg State offers students all of those things and more.”

Today’s announcement continues the university’s historic trend of student growth. In fact, since 2002 Pittsburg State has enjoyed a 9.6% increase in enrollment. Overall, undergraduate enrollment is up 70% and graduate enrollment is up 41%.
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