CALEXICO — The total number of students attending classes at San Diego State University Imperial Valley this semester is 1,065, which is the highest ever in the campus’ history, according to university student census figures released Wednesday. 

Enrollment has been creeping up since 2018 and was boosted further this fall with the addition of a full-time, four-year criminal justice degree program. It is the first time in nearly a decade the university has admitted freshmen full-time. That effort will be expanded in fall 2020 when the campus will add a full-time, four-year psychology degree program.

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