SWOSU Summer Enrollment Up 2.3%

Despite uncertain times because of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford and Sayre experienced a 2.3% growth in summer enrollment. SWOSU President Randy Beutler said the university is pleasantly surprised. “All summer classes were moved online and this was cause for concern, but fortunately we ended up with 1,730 students taking classes this summer,” Beutler said. “Our focus right now is preparations for the return of SWOSU students in August and providing a safe and healthy return for the SWOSU community.” SWOSU fall semester in-person classes begin August 17. “The value of a SWOSU education is known…

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