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October 16, 2013

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HARRISBURG —

Enrollment changes at state universities

Bloomsburg

2009 enrollment – 9,512

2012 enrollment – 9,950

Change: 438 (4.6 percent increase)

California

2009 enrollment – 9,017

2012 enrollment – 8,608

Change: -409 (4.5 percent decrease)

Cheyney

2009 enrollment – 1,488

2012 enrollment – 1,284

Change: -204 (13.7 percent decrease)

Clarion

2009 enrollment – 7,346

2012 enrolment – 6,520

Change: -826 (11.2 percent decrease)

 

East Stroudsburg

2009 enrollment – 7,576

2012 enrollment – 6,943

Change: -633 (8.3 percent decrease)

Edinboro

2009 enrollment – 8,287

2012 enrollment – 7,462

Change: -825 (9.9 percent decrease)

Indiana

2009 enrollment – 14,638

2012 enrollment – 15,379

Change: 741 (5 percent increase)

Kutztown

2009 enrollment – 10,634

2012 enrollment – 9,804

Change: -830 (7.8 percent decrease)

Lock Haven

2009 enrollment – 5,329

2012 enrollment – 5,328

Change: -1 (0.02 percent decrease)

Mansfield

2009 enrollment – 3,569

2012 enrollment – 3,131

Change:  -438 (12 percent decrease)

Millersville

2009 enrollment – 8,427

2012 enrollment – 8,368

Change: -59 (0.7 percent decrease)

Shippensburg

2009 enrollment – 8,253

2012 enrollment – 7,724

Change: -529 (6.4 percent decrease)

Slippery Rock

2009 enrollment – 8,648

2012 enrollment – 8,559

Change: -89  (1 percent decrease)

West Chester

2009 enrollment – 14,211

2012 enrollment – 15,411

Change: 1,200 (8.44 percent increase)

Source: Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education

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