Truman Enrollment Climbs for 2010-2011

An increase in every enrollment category has pushed total enrollment at Truman to more than 6,000.

Last month, Truman announced its new student enrollment was the highest the University has seen in five years.

Final enrollment figures indicate the number of first-time freshmen increased by more than 5 percent and the number of full-time students is up by more than 3 percent.

Truman has 254 more students enrolled for the current academic year and the University’s total enrollment is 6,035.

“To increase every aspect of our enrollment speaks volumes about the quality and affordability of a Truman education,” University President Troy D. Paino said. “Students and their parents are paying closer attention to every detail of their college decision, and Truman has such a great academic reputation, and relatively low cost, that it cannot be overlooked.”

Truman students come from 36 states and 49 countries. More than 75 percent are Missouri residents, with students from Illinois, Iowa and Kansas comprising the largest number of out-of-state students.
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