With a preliminary enrollment of 1,826 students this spring semester, Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus once again has increased its spring student enrollment and set another record.Arkansas Tech-Ozark’s spring enrollment has increased 10.5 percent from 2012, which saw an enrollment of 1,651 (up nearly 30 percent since 2011, and more than 50 percent since 2010). All four years have been spring-enrollment records for the campus. Spring 2013 enrollment figures became official at the end of Tuesday, Jan. 29, the 11th day of classes for the semester. Chancellor Jo Alice Blondin partly credits the campus’ enrollment increase to its expanded programs. “Increasing our offerings in Allied Health and Applied Technology, such Energy Management and Supply Chain Management, has assisted the Ozark Campus in realizing enrollment gains,” she said. Richard Harris, chief student officer, said the campus’ faculty and staff are another contributing factor for the increase. “We strive hard every day to ensure that our students receive the quality learning environment they deserve,” he said, “and I think the region has to come to expect it from the Ozark Campus, which is why enrollment has continued to increase.” To learn more about Arkansas Tech-Ozark and its offerings, visit www.atu.edu/ozark.