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Topic:  RE: Colleges Face Enrollment Cliff in 2025

Topic:  RE: Colleges Face Enrollment Cliff in 2025
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  Message Not Read  RE: Colleges Face Enrollment Cliff in 2025
   Posted: 7/10/2024 5:33:49 PM 
UMass is a different situation because they are largely the public system for Massachusetts so a loss in numbers for them is purely a loss of numbers.

For Ohio the percentage of funding each school receives is based on in-state Full Time Equivalents (FTEs) so the relative FTE enrollment to what the other state universities are taking in is more important. OU then could move to a freshman class of 3,000 but if everyone else is taking in 1,500 they gain a relatively larger portion of the budget. The marginal state universities and community colleges are the most at risk.

Hocking College dropped from 5,908 students to 2,305 from 2011 to 2021.


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  Message Not Read  RE: Colleges Face Enrollment Cliff in 2025
   Posted: 7/19/2024 4:32:52 PM 

Wonder if Ohio's population will grow as people flee global warming. And if so, that may take care of a lot of these worries.

Can somebody hit a pull up jumper for me?.....

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