DICKINSON, N.Y. -- Nearly 6,000 students welcomed the start of the school year at SUNY Broome Community College on Tuesday.
This semester, the classes with the highest enrollment include liberal arts, business, public services, and health services.
Some students said they are said to see summer go, but are happy to get back into their daily school routine.
"I was waking up earlier the week before so that I would be prepared to be up at 8 a.m. for class, and I mean it kind of just comes naturally getting back into the swing of things," said Rowan Pilotti, a sophomore student.
According to statistics, student enrollment at the college is up from the first day of classes in 2012.