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Wayne State sees first increase in students in 7 years
By Chris Hughes
Tagged: Wayne State
By Kim Kozlowski, The Detroit News
For the first time in seven years, Wayne State University’s overall student body has grown this fall, officials announced Thursday.
Meanwhile, the four- and six-year graduation rates have also improved at the state’s urban research university, but still lag behind national rates.
Enrollment is up 0.4 percent — or 104 students — bringing the student population to 27,326. Officials have set a goal of 30,000 enrolled students by 2021. The university began losing students in 2009, when enrollment was 30,820.
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