In a historic year marked by a global pandemic and new leadership, Governors State University is reporting surging enrollments in graduate students and double-digit increases in international students.
The university’s census is the official 10-day enrollment report.
Despite a dip in undergraduate headcount enrollment of 5.74 percent, increases in full-time graduate and international students offered some balance in a year upended by COVID-19.
Freshmen enrollment dropped to 209 students, down from last year’s historic high of 263 students, the largest class since the university began . . .
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