BYU-Idaho serves record number of students in 2009

A record 22,997 students attended Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2009, continuing the university's steady increase in enrollment since becoming a four-year institution in 2001.

A major reason for the university's enrollment growth is the three-track system, which offers three distinct 14-week semesters throughout the year: fall, winter, and spring. Each student is admitted to a track consisting of two semesters: fall/winter, winter/spring, or spring/fall. By having three full semesters, the university is able to serve thousands more students.

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