The Chamber report on postsecondary education (available here) found important growth in university capacity. From 1997 to 2006, Kentucky increased the number of students enrolled by 13% and the number of degrees awarded by 23%. That's a core result of our higher education reform, worth savoring for a moment.
Western and Northern had the fastest enrollment growth, while Eastern and Louisville grew more slowly than the other institutions.
Northern and Western increased degrees more quickly than other schools, while Morehead and Kentucky State showed the slowest degree increase.