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Texas leads nation in university enrollment growth

Houston Chronicle, Dec. 20, 2017

About 1.5 million students studied at Texas universities this past semester, representing a 2.5-percent increase in enrollment, according to the National Student Clearinghouse research center. Growth in Texas — more than 34,400 students year over year — was the biggest of any state nationwide, and came as the number of students in two- and four-year institutions dropped in the U.S. The state with the next-highest enrollment growth was Arizona, with more than 15,100 students. Read the story>

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