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Small classes attract more new students

August 14, 2007

Thomasville-- It's the third straight semester that the private university in Thomasville set a new a high. Administrators at Thomas University hope the trend will continue as students see the advantages of going to a small school.

Executive Director of Enrollment, Mickey West says one of the attractions is "small classrooms. It's an average of 15 students for each teacher. It's a family like atmosphere." 

New scholarships are also being offered for TU alumni who want to attend graduate school there.

A second orientation session is set at the campus for tomorrow at 9 a.m.  Classes start Monday August 20th.

 

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