A record number of students enrolled at Indiana University’s eight campuses this year, according to IU data reported Monday.
IU says a total of 108,041 students are enrolled across the state after the first day of classes. Indiana University Bloomington has enrolled the second-largest freshman class in its history, with 7,410 first-year students, and students were enrolled in a record number of credit hours at IUPUI, IU Kokomo, IU Bloomington, IU East and IU Southeast.
The academic achievements of incoming students is also higher than in previous years.
The average SAT score for incoming freshmen is 1201, up from 1199 last year, and the median high school grade-point average increased from 3.70 from 3.69.
The percentage of students near the top of their high school class reached a record 74.1 percent, and 84 students received national merit awards.
More information about IU’s enrollment can be found here.