It's been just over two years since Dickinson State University made headlines following a diploma scandal.
We caught up with DSU President D.C. Coston to talk about how the college is doing now.
They don't have the final enrollment numbers for this spring yet but Coston says they're well ahead of historical averages.
The university also has a strong interest from students who want to attend in the fall.
He says they continue to make sure they're doing things in the appropriate manner and the university has a deep commitment to serving its students.
"We're seeing students be more successful so they're staying with us so not only are we getting additional students but the students who are already with us, more of them are staying. We have been accomplishing that and we see bright, bright prospects for that as we go forward," says D.C. Coston, President, DSU.
Looking back, he says the issues were handled straight forward.
Coston says they are assured now that all of the students who attend the university have the appropriate credentials to be there.
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