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Posted: 02/24/2013 11:22 AM | Comments: 0
Applications to Brandon University have soared this year and are now running at 20 per cent higher than a year ago.
After suffering the longest faculty strike in Manitoba history in the fall of 2011, BU has bounced back and expects enrollment to grow in September, president Deborah Poff said Sunday.
The numbers are welcome, but where BU has shown success is in paying far more attention to retaining its current students, to recruiting more intensely and focusing more attention to the students it’s hoping to enroll.
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