NNU announces enrollment for spring 2017
Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Ed Robinson announced the Northwest Nazarene University spring semester enrollment figures today for all programs. The university achieved growth in undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs compared to spring enrollment numbers in January 2016. While the undergraduate programs saw nominal growth, overall graduate enrollment is up 4 percent over last January.
The undergraduate programs at NNU, including adult degree programs, show an enrollment of 1,278 students while the graduate programs, including doctoral degree programs, have 691 students for a total enrollment of 1,969. NNU’s Spring 2017 student body represents 25 countries and 41 states.
Regarding the positive spring enrollment report, Robinson commented, “NNU's engaging community culture and care for students by our faculty and staff significantly contributes to our strong retention efforts."
Robinson’s announcement also included data on the Concurrent Credit Program, NNU’s dual credit offering through which students can earn college credits for qualified courses taken at their high schools. Concurrent Credit saw a 91 percent increase in enrollment over this time last year with a current total of 3,515 students.