Pre-enrollment numbers at SFA look promising. In fact participation in SFA's freshman summer orientation camps is up 12% over last year. Three out of four camps had more than 400 students. Many of their parents came too.
This is encouraging to SFA President Dr Tito Guerrero. He knows it will please The state's Higher Education Coordinating Board. "Everytime we come to them with a new project they're going to want to know, 'Okay, what have you done on deferred maintenance and what's happening with enrollment?".
Administrators are waiting anxiously to find out how many students will be transferring to SFA. They expect that number to climb too.