By Hanna Perry, Contributing Writer During the fall 2018 semester, West Liberty University has had an tremendous increase in enrollment. West Liberty University reports an enrollment increase of 3.2 percent this fall, with a total of 2,525 students.
By Jalyn Bolyard, Online Editor Enrollment at West Liberty University is up as we head into fall semester. According to Vice President of Student Services/Registrar Scott Cook, as of Aug. 22, the overall enrollment was up by seven percent. However, that’s not all.
By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer West Liberty University Registrar’s Office recently released enrollment figures for the 2016-2017 academic year. According to the Registrar and Vice President of Student Services Scott Cook, enrollment increased in the fall 2016 semester.
By Daniel Morgan, Editor West Liberty University Registrar and Vice President of Student Services Scott Cook released the fall 2016 Enrollment Report last week. The report summarizes the university’s Oct. 15 early enrollment submission to the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (WVHEPC).
By Sean Kranske, Contributing Writer This semester, 2,317 students are enrolled at West Liberty University. While this number is slightly lower (1.5 percent) than last year’s enrollment numbers, there is still in increase in the amount of new students who began attending West Liberty this semester.
By Jalyn Bolyard, Contributing Writer Ever since West Virginia moved the drinking age to 21 in 1986, West Liberty University has been a dry campus. This prohibits the use, possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages to those students under the age of 21. Certain campus events may be exempted, but overall, no alcohol is permitted.