A record number of students enrolled in classes for the spring 2019 semester with 11,729 students on campus in figures released by the Office of Institutional Research. The additional 157 students is a 1.4 percent increase from spring 2018.
Graduate enrollment grew by 1.7 percent. Like in the fall semester, the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences experienced the largest percentage growth at 14.5 percent.
Undergraduate enrollment is up 1.2 percent with 9,727 students, nearly 1,500 more undergraduate students more than five years ago. The College of Education experienced the largest percentage growth from the last year with 11.6 percent.
The data was captured on Feb. 6, the last day a student can withdraw from classes with a full refund.