The University of Southern Maine (USM) wants to boost enrollment, and recent eff
The University of Southern Maine (USM) wants to boost enrollment, and recent efforts such as offering more on-campus programming, putting more money in financial aid, and bringing in a new football team have been aimed specifically at attracting younger students, says university president Richard Pattenaude. And the work is paying off. USM has seen its overall enrollment increase for the past several years with the number of undergraduates increasing by about 700 since 1995. And when students return next month, the numbers are expected to be even larger than last fall's high of 10,645 students. With details about how USM is handling its growth.
University of Southern Maine Enrollment
Flaherty, Theresa, "The University of Southern Maine (USM) wants to boost enrollment, and recent eff" (2000). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 212.
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