Earlier this summer, National American University cut the ribbon on its new 25-thousand square foot facility on highway 16 and things have been looking up ever since.
While the official numbers come out next week, CEO of the Rapid City campus, Dr. John Quinn says enrollment numbers are strong.
The school currently has 440 students, and leaders say the new campus can hold two to three times that amount.
Enrollment rates for graduate students are also higher than expected, and the increased interest doesn't end there.
"We're also very encouraged that some programs, that have been with us 30 or 40 years are growing. Very happy with the figures for veterinary technology and vet assisting," said Dr. Quinn.
Dr. Quinn says the business program remains the most popular.
The location on Rapid City's Kansas City street is up for sale but is currently being used by the veterinary technology courses.