The College of Social and Behavioral Science had 3,759 majors in the fall – 3,144 undergraduates and 615 graduates. The college has the largest number of undergraduate students. University enrollment grew to an unprecedented 30,819 during fall semester with undergraduates making up 23,371 of the amount.
For the second consecutive year the awards dinner was held at Rice-Eccles Towers.
Given the growth and size of the college, Dean Rudd is working with students, faculty, staff and alumni to reach out to students in an effort to enhance their university experience.
This year the Utah Community Research Group was initiated by two economics graduate students. The UCRG is a group of college students who conduct market research for profit and non-profit companies in the greater Salt Lake area.