WARREN - Kent State University at Trumbull announced its fall 2013 enrollment held close to last year's with 3,093 students, just 14 shy from one year ago.
"We are very pleased that our enrollment at the campus remains strong," said Daniel Palmer, Ph.D., assistant dean for Kent State Trumbull. "Kent State Trumbull has worked diligently to deliver academic programming that is best suited to the needs of area students. The fact that our enrollment numbers remain close to our historic high, reflects the value and affordability that students continue to find in our degree programs."
James Riter, director of enrollment management and student services for the branch, also cited affordable costs and ample major opportunities with the steady enrollment numbers.