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ASU reports fall enrollment rise

Posted By on Wed, Sep 9, 2015 at 12:48 PM

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Arkansas State University said today it recorded a 2 percent enrollment increase this fall to 13,410, despite a small drop in entering freshmen. The school said its 3,000 online enrollment in undergraduate and graduate courses was the state's largest.

Entering freshmen are better qualified, the school said in a release, with 3.51 average GPA and a 23.8 percent ACT composite average.

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