FerrisNow Sets New Fall Enrollment Record

Ferris State University’s FerrisNow Program set a new record for fall high school student enrollment with 958 students taking University courses this semester. This is the seventh straight year the program has seen fall enrollment growth.

Ferris is offering 88 course sections designated for high school students this fall. FerrisNow students are attempting 3,091 credit hours. These students are saving $1,332,221 on future college expenses (based on the University's current undergraduate tuition rate of $431/credit hour).

The FerrisNow Program collaborates with over 30 secondary institutions and the University’s Center for [email protected] Studies, Charter Schools Office, and 14 academic departments to provide college credit opportunities to high school students.

Read our quick facts for more information about enrollment, course offerings, and student cost savings.