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Tuesday December 8th, 2015

Posted at 10:06pm

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Enrollment at the University of Windsor is down this year compared to last year according to the president.

In an open update to the campus community, president Alan Wildeman said that this fall, there has been a total of 15,577 students on campus, comprised of 10,885 full-time undergraduate and 2,679 full-time graduate students, and 1,897 part-time undergraduate and 116 part-time graduate students.   This is 464 fewer than the total in Fall 2014.

The total number of part-time students (undergraduate and graduate) was unchanged at 2,013, while at the full-time level graduate enrollment increased by 240 and undergraduate enrollment decreased by 703 year over year.

For the Fall of 2016 they are predicting a full-time undergraduate headcount of 10,580. On the full-time graduate side, they are projecting a continuation of enrollment in the range of 2,650. Part-time enrollment is projected to remain constant.

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