DENVER – Three University of Colorado campuses have record enrollment for the second consecutive year, according to preliminary numbers released today.
CU’s campuses in Colorado Springs, Denver and the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora set records for total students. Enrollment at the Boulder campus held steady, dropping 1 percent.
Following are preliminary enrollment figures. Final figures are due to the state in November.
- University of Colorado Boulder: CU-Boulder has 29,952 students, a 1 percent decline over last year.
- University of Colorado Colorado Springs: UCCS has 8,893 students, up 5.1 percent over last year.
- University of Colorado Denver: UCD has 14,641 students, up 4 percent over last year.
- University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus has 3,331 students, up 5 percent over last year.
About the CU System
The University of Colorado is a premier teaching and research university with campuses in Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver and the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora. Nearly 57,000 undergraduate and graduate students are pursuing academic degrees at CU. The National Science Foundation ranks the institution seventh among public universities in federal research expenditures. Academic prestige is marked by CU’s four Nobel laureates, seven MacArthur “Genius” Fellows, 18 alumni astronauts and 19 Rhodes Scholars. For more information, go to www.cu.edu