The University of Findlay is marking its seventh consecutive semester of enrollment increases this spring semester with a 6.3 percent jump in the number of full and part-time students attending.
Excluding College Credit Plus high school students, a total of 3,925 undergraduate and graduate students are enrolled compared to 3,689 in Spring 2015. The number of undergraduates increased by 4.9 percent, with 2,619 now attending compared to 2,496 a year ago. Graduate enrollment has risen by 9.4 percent, with 1,306 attending compared to 1,193 last spring.
The consistent enrollment increases, experienced during a time of attendance instability in higher education regionally and nationally, illustrate UF’s ongoing commitment to educational quality and commitment to its students.
“Equipping students for meaningful lives and productive careers has always been, and continues to be, our primary goal,” said UF President Katherine Fell, Ph.D. “The University’s spring enrollment figures again show that our programs, excellent faculty and staff, and supportive campus environment are serving our students well.”
“We’re pleased that more and more students are choosing The University of Findlay to help them shape their futures,” said Rebecca Butler, vice president of enrollment management. “Our strategic planning, implemented by our wonderful faculty and staff, has made sure that our academic offerings have kept in lockstep with the changes and demands of numerous competitive career fields, and our consistent enrollment increases are validating those efforts.”
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