Direct entry applications up 15 per cent from last year

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Undergraduate applications have increased by 15 per cent from 2017, according to Interim Provost Tom Harris’ Sept. 25 report to Senate. 

Graduate applications have increased by 11 per cent. 

In his report, Harris wrote the University is “on track to meet the undergraduate first-year enrolment target of 4,522 students.” 

The School of Graduate Studies is welcoming 1,599 students this year. 

Harris will present a more comprehensive student enrolment update to the Senate meeting in November. 


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