Overall student headcount at Concordia University, St. Paul stands at 4,792 at the Fall 2017 census, marking the sixth consecutive year of record enrollment. The total headcount, which includes full and part time students enrolled in traditional undergraduate, adult undergraduate and graduate programs, saw an increase of 5.6 percent (257 students) from a year ago.
“The continued enrollment surge is a significant accomplishment and should be celebrated given the current state of the higher education market,” said Provost and Chief Operating Officer Dr. Eric LaMott said. “It’s a compelling indicator that our competitive pricing strategy and willingness to add relevant academic programs has a positive effect on a student’s decision making process.”
Enrollment has increased 11 of the last 12 years overall and has surpassed 4,000 students for four consecutive years. A more comprehensive breakdown of CSP’s enrollment will be released next week.