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July 24, 2024

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SOU students pause to chat Wednesday, the first day of the fall term. The term ends Dec. 15. Bob Palermini photo
September 28, 2023

SOU sees uptick in enrollment as fall term begins

The Southern Oregon University campus came alive Wednesday as students made their way to classes for the first day of the fall term. According to a SOU spokesperson, preliminary admissions data suggest that there will be a small increase in overall headcount, led by about a 10% increase in new students.

SOU held its “Meet Ashland” event outside the Stevenson Union building to introduce students to Ashland businesses. Forty-three local businesses and organizations participated.

The fall term ends Dec. 15.

The Southern Oregon University campus livened up Wednesday as the school held its first day of classes of the 2023-2024 school year. Bob Palermini photo
SOU held its Meet Ashland event outside the Stevenson Union building Wednesday to introduce students to Ashland businesses. Bob Palermini photo
Omar’s restaurant was one of the local businesses that welcomed students to Ashland at the Meet Ashland program on the SOU campus Wednesday. Bob Palermini photo
Kay Swader, also known as “Mama K,” organized the Meet Ashland event for the 13th time this year. Bob Palermini photo
The Northwest Pizza table was just one of the Ashland pizza restaurants participating in the Meet Ashland event. They were popular with students as they gave away pizza samples. Bob Palermini photo
OSF participated in the Meet Ashland event on the SOU campus Wednesday. Bob Palermini photo
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