CMU leads in student growth

Kelson Kulupaa of Hawaii, second from left, a sophomore at Colorado Mesa University, greets a friend in passing Friday as he joins a crowd of students on his way to class on the Grand Junction campus. Enrollment this fall is listed at 7,290 full-time students, and university President Tim Foster foresees a population of 10,000 within two or three years.



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Kelson Kulupaa of Hawaii, second from left, a sophomore at Colorado Mesa University, greets a friend in passing Friday as he joins a crowd of students on his way to class on the Grand Junction campus. Enrollment this fall is listed at 7,290 full-time students, and university President Tim Foster foresees a population of 10,000 within two or three years.

Colorado Mesa University led the state for a third consecutive year in 2011-12 for year-over-year student growth at Colorado colleges and universities. The Colorado Department of Higher…




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