PSU Announces 2008 Fall Undergraduate Enrollment

October 3rd, 2008 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H. –– The number of undergraduate students attending Plymouth State University this fall is stable as 4,300 students are enrolled 30 days into the semester (the official census date for the fall semester), University officials announced today. This is a slight decrease of 16 students from 2007.

The number of first-year, first-time college students enrolled this semester is 1,090, an increase of 77 students over last year.

The number of students living on campus this semester is 2,485, an increase of 53 students over last year.

To provide the most accurate graduate student enrollment data, PSU will release its College of Graduate Studies enrollment numbers later in the fall semester.

For more information contact Christopher M. Williams at cwilliams@plymouth.edu or (603) 535-2476.

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