More students are registered for summer classes than in the previous two summers, according to data from the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. 

For Summer 2016, enrollment registrations are:

  • Undergraduate Headcount: 1,750 (+7%)
  • Undergraduate Credits: 10,096 (+16%)
  • Graduate Headcount: 541 (+1%)
  • Graduate Credits: 3,721 (+11%)

Summer classes begin May 18.

“The credit for these increases extends throughout the university,” said Provost Joseph Bessie. “I wish to thank our faculty for offering the courses that are so clearly in demand and everyone who has taken the time to encourage a new or current student to take advantage of the summer months to continue their studies.”