JAMESTOWN,N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The University of Jamestown has reported their largest enrollment in the last decade.
According to the University, a total of 1,134 students are taking classes at the college. The fall enrollment represents an increase of over 10% from last year. University of Jamestown President Dr. Robert Badal says he’s excited about the growth at the University.
“The increase in our enrollment represents growth in both our undergraduate and graduate programs. We have a wonderfully diverse student body representing 36 states and 22 countries.”
The University not only has the largest fall-time enrollment in recent years, but also has a growing number of graduate students. More than 150 graduate students are involved in the new post-graduate programs.
In other University news, construction continues on the Harold Newman Athletic Arena, a new hockey locker room was added to the Wilson Arena, and labs in the Sorkness Center have been updated with state of the art technology.
Visit uj.edu for more information.
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