Andrews University in Berrien Springs is reporting enrollment for this academic year of 3,171 students. That’s a decrease from the 3,412 in the fall of last year. However, the university’s leadership had planned for enrollment be down 5% when budgeting for the year. The fall census report shows a 5.2% decrease in credit hours, which aligns with the university’s predictions. With the overall census figure of 3,171 students, Andrews University again had roughly equal numbers of undergraduate and graduate students, and there were 257 new freshmen enrolled, plus 98 new undergraduate transfer students. Meanwhile, Andrews notes the latest U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges Edition lists it as one of only a few national universities that rank in both the top ten for ethnic diversity and international students. It’s also the only Seventh-day Adventist university recognized as a national university.