Hampshire College officials said Thursday that they expect to enroll between 700 and 750 students when classes resume next week. That suggests Hampshire retained more of its previous students than expected, since The Boston Globe reported last month that the college would enroll only 15 new freshmen.

Officials at Hampshire, where an alumni revolt forced out a previous administration that had sought to merge or close, announced in February that they would admit only those students this fall who had previously deferred enrollment or who had signed up for early admission.

Inside Higher Ed