Brescia announces a 13% increase, 775, in undergraduate degree-seeking students compared to final fall 2011 numbers. This is Brescia’s largest fall enrollment level in this category in 35 years.
Last year boasted the largest freshman class since 1979. This year there is a 7% increase over last year in first time full-time students, with 160 freshmen.
“I am very excited to build on the enrollment success of Brescia University which is the result of a campus wide spirit of cooperation and teamwork,” said Chris Houk, Vice President for Enrollment Management. “We are poised to accomplish the enrollment goal of 1,000 degree seeking undergraduate students by the fall 2015 semester.”
Resident students at Brescia have also increased and are expected to exceed 250 students. This is a 16% increase in resident students over fall 2011.
“Our continued enrollment success is evidence that Brescia’s reputation for academic excellence and innovation is expanding,” said Fr. Larry Hostetter, President. “I’m grateful to everyone at Brescia for working so hard to make sure that our students experience the Brescia Difference.”