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Sat September 10, 2011
MSU & Saginaw Valley see increase in students
Two Michigan universities have reported more students on campus as the new academic year gets under way.
Michigan State University said Friday that preliminary enrollment is about 47,800 students, up from 47,131 last year. The East Lansing school says they had a record 28,547 applications this year.
Meanwhile, Saginaw Valley State University in University Center has broken its enrollment record this year with 10,790 students. That's up from 10,656 during the last school year.