Health Sciences Center sees increase in student numbers - The Daily Toreador

Daily Toreador - The preliminary enrollment numbers for the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center for the 2015 school year showed record growth.

HSC President Dr. Tedd L. Mitchell said in the release this enrollment increase also shows the expansion of campuses in the Dallas and Austin areas.

“TTUHSC consistently sees significant growth, drawing the best students because of our distinctive, innovative learning experience and a chance to learn from and work with outstanding faculty,” Mitchell said in the release. “By preparing students who excel and lead in their respective fields, TTUHSC has made a big difference in Texas, and Texas has taken note of TTUHSC.”

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