Friday, October 9, 2015

Kansas Board of Regents: Enrollment figures show decrease of higher education students across state - Ann Marie Bush, Topeka Capital Journal

Overall there was a decrease of 890 students, minus 0.94 percent, compared to the preliminary census day count in 2014. Kansas State University saw a decrease in the number of enrollments, 620 students, which is minus 2.5 percent. Wichita State University had a decrease of 508 students, which is minus 3.39 percent, and Pittsburg State University saw a decrease of 235 students, which is minus 3.14 percent. Emporia State University and Washburn University both had nearly flat enrollment. Emporia had a decrease of 20 students, and Washburn University increased by six students. Enrollment was down across the state’s 19 community colleges with a reported decrease of 2,165 students or minus 2.90 percent.

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