Brevard College was in full celebration mode today!
With a record 701 students enrolled at the school this fall, the college is nearly outgrowing its campus.
The school was put on probation by the Southern Association of Colleges and schools in June.
The president says most revenue comes from tuition and that's what's needed to emerge out of probation.
Rev. Dr. David Joyce, president, Brevard College, "the college was put on probation, we became financially stressed a couple of years ago and we're working our way out of it and one way to do that is through growth and through enrollment."
The college's president says so many students have enrolled the dining hall will have to be expanded during fall break, and they're looking at building another residence hall.
Parking is also a problem with so many students.
The president suggested students could ride bicycles and leave their cars at home to help alleviate the problem.