The fall record enrollment at ENMU is 5,856 students. Last fall's previous record was 5,814.
Student credit hours, which higher education institutions funding is based on, is 58,063.
ENMU's enrollment includes 4,573 undergraduate and 1,283 graduate students.
The numbers include 663 first-time freshmen and 402 transfer students. The retention rate for first-time freshmen from the fall of 2012 to the fall of 2013 is 58 percent.
The average ACT scores of new freshmen is 19.9, which exceeds the state average of 19.6.
"We are pleased with enrollment, in terms of numbers and quality," said Steven Gamble, ENMU president.
Eastern has a "solid reputation for quality academics at an affordable price," President Gamble said. "With a total annual cost of only $4,558 for tuition and fees, I think students and parents see us as a bargain."
President Gamble added that Eastern's professors and staff are "totally dedicated" to the success of every student.
"We are pleased with the numbers," President Gamble said, "but what makes me the proudest are the contributions our graduates make to society."