LAREDO - Enrollment has increased 4.7 percent with an unofficial enrollment of 7,367, up from 7,037 in fall 2011, according to Ray Keck, president of Texas A&M International University (TAMIU).
TAMIU has been heralded for its low cost by both CNN and The New York Times and was named the state’s leading producer of degrees for Latino students by the Texas Higher Education Journal.
This semester, the school attracted over 2,300 first-time students, according to Keck.
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