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Cumberland expects record enrollment

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Lebanon's Cumberland University expects a record enrollment later this month, according to remarks by CU President Dr. Paul Stumb at the regular August 15 meeting of the Lebanon Kiwanis Club. Stumb indicated he expected 1,888 to enroll when classes start on August 24 - a number that has stretched student housing to near capacity. To meet the needs of these students, CU has added 13 new faculty members. The university now offers dual enrollment courses at all public high schools in the county (Wilson Central, Lebanon, Mt. Juliet and Watertown) as well as Mt. Juliet Christian Academy. Stumb also reported Tennessee Promise retention at CU was among the top in the state - above 65 percent of last year's freshmen returning as sophomores. Pictured, from left: Kiwanian Eddie Lovin, CU executive director of enrollment services; Kiwanis President Medana Hemontolor and Stumb. SUBMITTED

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