At 9.2 percent, Central Lakes College has the fourth largest enrollment increase among colleges and universities in Minnesota, according to the official enrollment data released by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. CLC has 4,378 students taking at least one class this fall. Last year’s count was 4,010. This is the fourth consecutive year of growth at CLC, where enrollment has risen by about 50 percent since 2007. More than 200,000 students are attending the 32 MnSCU schools this fall, resulting in the fifth consecutive fall enrollment increase and setting another record high. The system now has 203,756 students or 5,262 more students than last fall when 198,794 students were enrolled, a 2.7 percent increase. Enrollment growth among the 25 community and technical colleges averaged more than 3 percent, while the seven state universities grew by almost 2 percent.