University of Michigan enrollment at record high levels
This fall, 42,716 students are enrolled at the Ann Arbor university, compared to 41,924 students last year and 41,674 in 2009-2010.
This year's additional 792 students mark a 2.8 percent increase in graduate students and a 1.4 percent increase in undergraduates from last year, according to just-released university figures.
But while enrollment is up, the freshman class decreased by 3.8 percent.
This year's total freshman enrollment is 6,251 students, compared to 6,496 students last year.
U-M offered admission to 16,073 students this year, compared to 16,006 last year.
The incoming freshman class has an average high school GPA of 3.8, while 19 percent achieved a perfect 4.0. Students represent more than 1,750 high schools, 49 states, and nearly 50 countries are represented.
Additionally, there are slightly fewer minority students this year, according to the U-M report.
Underrepresented minorities represent 10.5 percent of the freshman class, compared to 10.6 percent last year.
This story will be updated.