Enrollment numbers are up at NEO A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma. But that isn't the only thing that has increased. This year the campus has seven sets of twins, the most the college has seen in the last 12 years.
A scholarship set up specifically for twins covers the cost of the pair's dorm room, saving them $1,000 each semester.
School officials say having a record number of twins sets the college apart from others in surrounding areas.
"Helps them in a way that is unique to NEO I believe, and so we have twins from all over the place that are here and a part of different activities and different things," says Amy Ishmael, the Vice President of Student Affairs at the school.