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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by NATEizKING View Post
    Chitown kids would really be screwed then
    Eactly. All of my sisters roommates in Iowa City were girls from the Chicago suburbs whom had Iowa as their second choice after Illinois wasn't going to work out for them.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    The best number here is incoming freshmen from the state of Iowa:

    Iowa State: 3,540
    Iowa: 2,134

    It isn't even close. More and more young people from here want to be Iowa Staters - far more than Hawkeyes.


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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by RoseBowlBound View Post
    It may sound snobby but I would kind of like Iowa to continue slightly decreasing their enrollment numbers and increasing academic admission standards.
    I'm not so sure their decrease was on purpose. ISU's growth is primarily due to the ag industry being well-off right now and a demand for engineers, if the ag industry takes a dive or the demand for engineers starts to decrease ISU could possibly have some difficulty maintaining growth or could even see some decrease, there is a lot of uncertainty especially with the ag industry so who knows what will happen. At any rate I've heard several times from university officials that campus in its current set-up can't handle much more than 35,000 students so I assume enrollment would be capped there if it reaches that point in the near future. In the long-range if it can obtain some more land for facilities enrollment could increase once again


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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by NATEizKING View Post
    That's what you heard, but here is reality:

    Kirkwood Student Demographics (fall 2011, spring 2012, summer 2012) Total credit enrollment: 26,500.

    University of Iowa 31,067 + 26500 = 57567
    Iowa State University 33,241

    Univ of Northern Iowa 12,159
    Looks to me like:

    University of Iowa 31,067 + 26,500 + 12,159 = 69,726
    Iowa State University 33,241


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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by RoseBowlBound View Post
    It may sound snobby but I would kind of like Iowa to continue slightly decreasing their enrollment numbers and increasing academic admission standards.
    I actually don't know if they can do this. ISU and UofI have historically had the same entrance requirements set by the BOR. Now, I'm not apposed to all 3 universities raising their entrance requirements - but you have to be careful about not excluding people who actually are capable college students that didn't catch on fast enough in HS (or had a difficult living situation/other events that lowered grades).



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    Quote Originally Posted by crash_zone View Post
    I actually don't know if they can do this. ISU and UofI have historically had the same entrance requirements set by the BOR. Now, I'm not apposed to all 3 universities raising their entrance requirements - but you have to be careful about not excluding people who actually are capable college students that didn't catch on fast enough in HS (or had a difficult living situation/other events that lowered grades).
    If that happens would they limit out of state enrollment more? I could see that as a solution. This is a ways away, however, I think.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by Agclone91 View Post
    Full time at Kirkwood is the same, 12 credit hours. They are actually quite large, and you have to factor in that they have multiple locations off of the main campus in eastern Iowa that count twords total enrollment.
    But is that 26k number full time students? I meant that if a student taking one class and a student that is full time both figure into that number, then the full-time equivalency is saying that 4 students taking 3 credits each count as one student in the FTE. Either way, it is a much bigger number than I might have expected.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by crash_zone View Post
    I actually don't know if they can do this. ISU and UofI have historically had the same entrance requirements set by the BOR. Now, I'm not apposed to all 3 universities raising their entrance requirements - but you have to be careful about not excluding people who actually are capable college students that didn't catch on fast enough in HS (or had a difficult living situation/other events that lowered grades).
    No chance this happens. Out-of-state tuition brings money into the state. UI, ISU, UNI and all the private colleges have a duty to educate as many Iowans as they can. Unfortunately, due to the outflux of educated, young Iowans, Iowa needs to take more chances on fringe candidates in hopes that they stay in the Iowa workforce.

    IMO, the university needs to focus on increasing graduation rates, particularly with worthless degrees. These people aren't receiving any sort of specialized skill or education, anyway. They are going to start at entry level at something unrelated, at least give them the tool to let them earn advancement.


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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone87 View Post
    yes, ISU passed UofI by more than 2,000 students as their enrolment actually decreased slightly (enrollment of 31,065 this fall).

    Steady undergraduate enrollment at UI this fall | Iowa Now - The University of Iowa
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    Quote Originally Posted by LindenCy View Post
    But is that 26k number full time students? I meant that if a student taking one class and a student that is full time both figure into that number, then the full-time equivalency is saying that 4 students taking 3 credits each count as one student in the FTE. Either way, it is a much bigger number than I might have expected.
    I read "total credit enrollment" as taking at least one class, but IANAE



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    What an amazing work Iowa State has done to push enrollment numbers up when many other institutions (especially small privates) are struggling to find new students. Kudos to all the people who works in admissions. Iowa State's welcoming environment and low cost certainly attracts students from surrounding states. Iowa State really has done nice job recruit and retain students to the university.

    Go Cyclones!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
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    Definitely not falling. But thanks



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by flander1649 View Post
    Well yeah when you can take 1 class online and count plus how many of those are still in high school just taking a class or two.
    If this true than my son and 20 of his classmates are included in the ISU numbers.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    A few Iowa students I know said that Iowa capped their enrollment this year. I asked for a source..no reply. Nice try..


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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    A few other interesting tidbits:

    ISU's undergraduate enrollment exceeds U of I's by more than 5,000.

    Nonresidents make up 53% of the U of I's new freshman enrollment this fall, so Iowa residents continue to be the minority there (can you say University of Western Illinois?).



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