Indiana University Reports Encouraging Enrollment Numbers for African Americans

The campuses of the Indiana University System have announced fall enrollment numbers that show an increased level of racial diversity. Systemwide, there are more than 112,000 students enrolled. Of these, there are 20,053 American students from underrepresented groups. This is the largest number of students from these groups in university history. Among this group is 7,646 African Americans, the second highest number in university history.

At the flagship campus at Bloomington, there are 1,907 African American students, a record number for this campus. Indiana University Southeast has a record number of first-year African American students.

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