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Defiance College enrollment defying the odds

September 14, 2020 DEFIANCE, Ohio – While the COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult for some colleges to recruit new students, Defiance College has defied the ordinary with a twenty percent increase in freshmen enrollment. This marks the highest incoming … Continue reading

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State of the University: With Challenge Comes Opportunity

Virginia Wesleyan saw growth and prosperity in 2019-2020 despite global challenges University News | August 21, 2020 Despite challenges faced globally, the 2019-2020 Academic Year was one of growth and prosperity at Virginia Wesleyan University, said VWU President Scott D. Miller … Continue reading

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The Department of Justice Forced Changes to the Statement of Good Practices for NACAC

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) has made dramatic changes to its Code of Ethics and Professional Practices after pressure from the Department of Justice. In the past, the organization had some strict rules which the DOJ found restrained trade. Continue reading

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Coronavirus and Enrollment Management

Colleges and universities are being devastated by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Every sector of the national economy has been adversely impacted. Keep the following in mind as enrollment managers prepare for the immediate future. Continue reading

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Purdue University Fort Wayne Increases Fall 2019 Enrollment

Purdue University Fort Wayne begins the new academic year with gains in new student enrollment across the board, including new freshmen, graduate students, transfer students and international students. For the second year in a row, on-campus student housing is at … Continue reading

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Growth, Innovation, Prosperity Central to Virginia Wesleyan State of the University

President Miller announces record enrollment and fundraising, groundbreaking on a new housing complex, and the establishment of a donor-funded program dedicated to study of African-American history. University News | August 23, 2019 Photo Gallery: 2019 State of the University Growth, innovation and … Continue reading

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Purdue University Fort Wayne Sees Major Increase in Enrollment

Purdue University Fort Wayne begins the 2018-19 academic year with a major increase in enrollment, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. A total of 2,314 new students have been admitted at the undergraduate level for Fall 2018, compared to … Continue reading

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Purdue Fort Wayne celebrates new identity

ASHLEY SLOBODA | The Journal Gazette A decades-old institution got a symbolic fresh start today as students returned to a campus no longer known as IPFW but as Purdue University Fort Wayne. The university – which saw enrollment growth for the first … Continue reading

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As classes start, PFW sees enrollment up

ASHLEY SLOBODA | The Journal GazetteTuesday, August 21, 2018 1:00 am A decades-old campus got a symbolic fresh start Monday as fall classes began at Purdue University Fort Wayne, whose chancellor encouraged students and faculty to build its “very bright” future. “Let’s … Continue reading

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Clinton College’s new leader eyes growth, new programs at historical Rock Hill school

BY AMANDA HARRISaharris@heraldonline.comAugust 21, 2018 04:32 PMROCK HILL Clinton College has a new leader, and he’s focused on the school’s growth.   Clinton’s board of trustees has named Lester McCorn as the school’s 13th president. McCorn has led the college as acting … Continue reading

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