Enrollment in summer courses increases 4.2 percent

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Enrollment in summer courses increases 4.2 percent

June 29, 2010

More students are enrolling in summer semester courses at Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

Headcount enrollment for the current summer semester increased 4.2 percent from a year ago with 874 students attending classes.

Dr. Steve Lohmann, executive vice president and the school’s chief academic officer said students continue to take advantage of both traditional classroom and online offerings and the flexible scheduling of classes that is not always available in the fall and spring semesters.

Enrollment at the Alva Campus rose about 7 percent and enrollment at the Enid Campus surged more than 13 percent. The Woodward campus reported a drop of about 10 percent of 13 students.