Universities breaking records, reversing trends

Article By: Leigh Guidry | October 5, 2017 | Originally Posted on shreveporttimes.com

The University of Louisiana System saw an increase of more than 1,000 students across its nine schools this fall, according to the official 14th day census.

To get an idea of how it grew enrollment, here’s a look at what is happening school by school. Individually, some universities saw record-breaking increases, while others are reversing downward trends.

“Our vision to produce the most educated, prepared-for-life-and-work generation of Louisianians depends on growth,” UL System President and CEO Jim Henderson said in a release. “These numbers are encouraging, and they do not even include the thousands of students enrolled in non-credit workforce development and professional certification programs.” shrev

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