Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical in Winona will not be breaking the record enrollment marks set the past couple of years but they are still enjoying a great year.
Nate Emerson Vice President of Student Affairs at SE Tech says the school's enrollment is only down about 3-percent this year and it's a normal slight dip that was expected.
Emerson says the small decrease in enrollment has no effect on overall class size and the college usually picks up additional students in the spring.
One of the reason for the record number of enrollments in 2010 and 2011 was the layoffs of workers at several area manufacturing businesses.
Emerson says enrollment has doubled at SE Tech in the past 10 years and the small decrease in enrollment this year mirrors other school's in the MnSCU system, although not as drastic as some.