Posted by Mark Hendricks
Hispanic enrollment increased from 5,671 to 6,016 and now represents 22 percent of the student body. The total number of master’s and doctoral students also increased 6 percent from 3,279 to 3,488, and enrollment at the Round Rock campus grew to 1,510, an increase of 11.5 percent.
“This fall’s freshman class of 3,120 is the largest in
Diversity among entering freshmen reached a record 33 percent, with 25 percent of the class being Hispanic students. “We are pleased about this improvement and it demonstrates that we are making steady progress in our efforts to attract an academically talented as well as diverse student body,” Heintze said.
A record-setting 3,016 transfer students also enrolled. The primary sources of these students were
“We are certainly pleased with this year’s record enrollment and the progress we have made in achieving our strategic enrollment goals” said Perry Moore, provost and vice president for academic affairs. “I am particularly pleased with the efforts of our deans, department heads and faculty, who provided sufficient classes to meet student needs,”
President Denise Trauth said “I am very pleased that so many outstanding students have chosen