Williston State College is on a roll with its enrollment. Last school year, WSC saw a record number of students.
This year, although the numbers aren’t record-breaking, the school is still in a good spot with only 34 fewer students than recorded last school year.
The school’s president, John Miller, said in the grand scheme of things, that’s a positive for Williston State.
“I think when you look at what’s happening in the United States where higher education, in general, is going through a time of declining enrollment, I’m happy with where we are right now,” Miller said.
Miller said 1,189 students are registered for classes at WSC this spring.