Enrollment Growth for Spring 2014

March 12th, 2014

The School of Natural Science and Mathematics has, in the past year, seen a tremendous growth in both the number of enrolled students, as well as the number of credit hours our faculty is teaching.  As of the first day of classes (January 13), student enrollment in Spring of 2014 has grown by 29.6% over enrollment numbers from Spring 2013.  Overall, our faculty is teaching 6,318 credit hours this semester, which is 138 hours more than last Spring.

We are excited about this progress, and look forward to reaching more students each semester.