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Auburn University hosting residential science program for incoming freshmen

AUBURN – A group of 22 highly motivated incoming Auburn freshmen is on campus this month for the 15th annual Summer Bridge Program hosted by the College of Sciences and Mathematics.

The four-week residential program kicked off June 5, and will engage students from groups traditionally underrepresented in sciences, mathematics and engineering in activities designed to help them make a smooth transition from high school to the Auburn campus.

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Auburn University posts record enrollment, highest freshman ACT scores

AUBURN – Auburn University has achieved its highest enrollment in history this fall, and its freshman class boasts the top ACT score of any previous class, according to numbers released today by Auburn’s Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

Enrollment is 25,078 among all student groups – undergraduates, graduate students and those enrolled in professional schools – which is up from 24,602 in fall 2009. Auburn has students from all 50 states and from 81 foreign countries.

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Auburn University posts highest enrollment and freshman ACT scores to date

AUBURN – Auburn University has achieved its highest enrollment in history this fall, and its freshman class boasts the top ACT score of any previous class, according to numbers released today by Auburn’s Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

Enrollment is 24,602 among all students groups – undergraduates, graduate students and those enrolled in professional schools – which is up from 24,530 in fall 2008.

New freshman enrollment consists of 3,918 students, who compiled an average score of 26.2 on the ACT college entrance exam, outpacing last year’s then-record of 25.9.

This year 477 new minority students are enrolled, up 15 percent from last year’s 416, a number which includes all students of color. The number of new transfer students also increased, with 1,377 enrolled as compared to last fall’s 1,305.

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