Plymouth— The number of undergraduate students attending Plymouth State University this fall remained strong as 4,315 are enrolled 30 days into the semester (the official census date for the fall semester), University officials announced today. This represents an increase of 68 students over 2010 and includes 90 new students enrolled in the school’s new nursing major. PSU President Sara Jayne Steen noted the University continues to enjoy a strong interest among qualified applicants.
“Students are attracted to Plymouth State’s outstanding academic programs,” Steen said. “Academic excellence is key.”
The University also reports the number of transfer undergraduate students enrolled this semester, full and part-time, is 314, an increase of 69 from a year ago. The number of students living on campus this semester is 2,419, an increase of 25 students from a year ago. Last year’s full graduate and undergraduate enrollment was 7,457 students.
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