Enrollment mixed among West Texas schoolsEnrollment mixed among West Texas schoolshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=83472013-02-04T16:19:00Z2013-02-04T00:00:00Z

WEST TEXAS - West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) saw a 1.8 percent growth in spring enrollment and Frank Phillips College spring numbers rose by 7.8 percent. Spring enrollment decreased by approximately 13 percent at Clarendon College and 3.3 percent at Amarillo College (AC).

AC has 10,290 students enrolled this semester, down 354 students compared with last spring's figures of 10,644 students, said Bob Austin, vice president of student affairs.

WTAMU has seen significant increases not just in overall enrollment, but in specific academic areas of concentration.

The university’s spring 2013 12th-day enrollment of 7,462 students has increased by 1.8 percent compared with spring 2012’s enrollment of 7,333. The biggest growth is among undergraduates, with 6,221 currently enrolled.

The largest growth in academic programs is within the College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering with a 23 percent increase within the college, according to Dan Garcia, vice president for enrollment management.

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