COLUMBUS — Summer enrollment at Mississippi University for Women (MUW) is up by 13.76 percent. As of June 12, a total of 1,116 students were enrolled, up 135 students from the same time last year.
“We are excited about this enrollment news,” said MUW president Claudia Limbert.
Dr. Bucky Wesley, vice president for student services, added that the success is a result of a wide range of course delivery choices and flexible scheduling as well as faculty efforts.
“In addition to the traditional courses offered during the summer, the university has provided greater access to programs through on-line courses, certificate programs, special academic support programs, lifelong learning options and a new general studies major,” he said. “The hard work and innovation of faculty has enabled the university to extend quality academic programming to a broader range of those pursuing higher education within the state and region.”
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