Includes 282 freshmen, 46 transfer students
GEORGETOWN, Ky. (Oct. 1, 2015) — Georgetown College’s freshman class of 282 students is a 4 percent increase over last year and the total number of new students—which includes 46 transfer students, a 12 percent increase over last year—is the school’s largest first-year enrollment in four years.
Combined undergraduate and graduate enrollment is 1,365 students. In addition to Kentucky, students come from 26 other states and Puerto Rico, as well as international students from 10 foreign countries.
Georgetown College has long had a wonderful tradition of making education personal, delivered by people who care, teachers who have something to profess, and who genuinely seek the quality of human interaction that makes learning exhilarating, which gives Georgetown a distinctiveness among higher education institutions, said president M. Dwaine Greene,
Graduate education enrollment has increased as well. Another 380 individuals, nearly 100 more than a year ago, are pursuing Master of Arts in Education degrees and certifications through Georgetown’s well-established online graduate education program which offers numerous options for first-time teachers and seasoned educators alike. These students come from Kentucky counties stretching from Pike in the east to Ballard in the far west. Georgetown’s graduate education program now also attracts degree-seeking students from 7 states in addition to Kentucky.