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Students will go to UD

GREENVILLE – This fall, the University of Dayton will welcome one of the largest, most academically prepared and diverse classes in school history with 2,200 first-year students.

The University exceeded all enrollment goals and received a record 16,918 applications for the 2014-15 academic year. At 59 percent, the overall selectivity remains competitive, including more than 1,000 out-of-state students and nearly 200 international students.

The following local students will attend the University of Dayton in the fall as a part of this record-breaking incoming class – Alexandria Hackworth, of Arcanum; Alia Whitney, of Greenville; Andrew Kramer, of Versailles; and Brooke Winner, of Yorkshire.

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