Kansas State University is expecting a
record number of new international students this fall.
K-State is expecting about 250 new undergraduate international
students will enroll.
More than 700 international students have been admitted to the
university. In fall 2007, the university's new undergraduate
enrollment was 153.
Provost and senior vice president Duane Nellis says that
increase is "a win-win for both American students already on our
campus and for international students joining us this fall."
K-State's total international student enrollment is expected to
exceed last year's 1,220, which was a 15-year high.