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MSU sees record enrollment, bright future

2013 Montana State University Open House and Conversation for the Campus Community
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

Waded Cruzado, president of Montana State University, speaks during the closing remarks of the MSU Open House and Conversation for the campus community on Wednesday, Sept. 11, in Bozeman. MSU set a new milestone topping 15,000 in student enrollment.

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2013 Montana State University Open House and Conversation for the Campus Community
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

Clayton Christian, Montana Commissioner of Higher Education, speaks during the Montana University System report and Legislative Summary presentation at the MSU Open House and Conversation for campus community on Wednesday, Sept. 11, in Bozeman. Montana State University set a new milestone topping 15,000 in student enrollment.

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Full text: Waded Cruzado's 2013 State of the University Address

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Montana State University is celebrating its 120th year with record enrollment — exceeding 15,000 students for the first time, President Waded Cruzado said Wednesday in her address on the state of the university.

“The future is bright,” a smiling Cruzado told more than 200 professors, staff members and students who gathered in the Strand Union Building. “There are many wonderful things happening.”

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