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University’s spring enrollment falls 8.81 percent

Enrollment at the university in the official 2018 spring semester declined 8.81 percent, according to a university press release.

“Spring enrollment usually corresponds directly with fall enrollment, since new students do not typically enroll in spring,” Chancellor Carlo Montemagno said in the press release. 473 more words

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