Right now, Central Washington University’s expected enrollment for the coming school year is slightly up from the same time last year, but still on track for the university’s overall enrollment goal.
“We’re right about where we need to be,” said Linda Schactler, CWU’s director of public affairs.
Central is aiming for 9,800 total students next school year, she said.
The school won’t have a final number until Oct. 10, when the state makes its official enrollment calculations.
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