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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by theantiAIRBHG View Post
    WHAR WARTBURG NUMBERS!?
    Dammit AIRBHG, I like your posts and all, but leave that word over on Hawkeye Nation. Every time I go over there it seems I see that word at least 10x/thread. I cringe every time I see/read it.


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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by FarminCy View Post
    Once Brandstad sees these numbers he will bring Marvin Pomerantz back from the dead and they will force ISU to sell off the college of Ag.

    Unpossible, the Kansas State athletic department bought that patent.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by FarminCy View Post
    Once Brandstad sees these numbers he will bring Marvin Pomerantz back from the dead and they will force ISU to sell off the college of Ag.
    Nah, he wants to turn us into an online school and get rid of our buildings altogether now. He doesn't see why we need science labs.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by CyFan61 View Post
    So you are arguing that UI's decreased enrollment is due to a larger emphasis on out-of-state students this year?

    In 2012, 47% of UI's incoming first-years were in-state (Source)

    In 2013, that number is 48%. (Source)

    So UI is failing at getting more out-of-staters worse than they are failing at getting more in-staters, which is already horrible.

    Try again
    Welp I guess your right. The university of Iowa is failing and Iowa state soon will be the only school worth its salt. Hell, they might break the top 100 schools in the country. #daretodream



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by CyFan61 View Post
    So you are arguing that UI's decreased enrollment is due to a larger emphasis on out-of-state students this year?

    In 2012, 47% of UI's incoming first-years were in-state (Source)

    In 2013, that number is 48%. (Source)

    So UI is failing at getting more out-of-staters worse than they are failing at getting more in-staters, which is already horrible.

    Try again
    Losing out of staters is a bigger revenue hit than out of staters.


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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone87 View Post
    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. ...
    Fortunately, people will always need food and will always need **** built.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    Losing out of staters is a bigger revenue hit than out of staters.
    Maybe, but having more in-staters is having more in-staters. And if you have more in-staters then that's clearly more than having in-staters. Unless you don't, and then it's not.


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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by RoseBowlBound View Post
    Welp I guess your right. The university of Iowa is failing and Iowa state soon will be the only school worth its salt. Hell, they might break the top 100 schools in the country. #daretodream
    Wow you're cool.

    I guess that is why you post on here so much.

    Typical squawk trash.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    Losing out of staters is a bigger revenue hit than out of staters.
    This brings up a good thing to consider. Yes, out of staters pay more $$$ than instate, so that does make up a gap (ISU fills it VERY nicely with international students). But there is a very strong movement in changing how the state of Iowa (Board of Regents) gives money to institutions. It used to be 40-40-20 (ISU, U I, UNI), but there is talk that, that is state money by taxpayers of Iowa...shouldn't more of that go to help those tax payers kids?

    Yes, we all know a university isn't just about education, but I think that while out of states bring in more money, I think that the Board of Regents and the state will want to invest in their own, if that makes sense.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by CapnCy View Post
    And projections have us continuing to grow!

    As another poster pointed out, some key numbers are new Iowa students, we are blowing them away. Year after year, we will continue to grow our brand. Also, ALOT of U of Is students are professional (med and law).
    Total 1st year med and law students is about 250. Applications and enrollment at the law school are way down (like many other law schools) because of the lousy job market.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by ribsnwhiskey View Post
    Wow you're cool.

    I guess that is why you post on here so much.

    Typical squawk trash.
    I actually post on here cause Iowa message boards aren't half as active. Thanks though



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by CapnCy View Post
    This brings up a good thing to consider. Yes, out of staters pay more $$$ than instate, so that does make up a gap (ISU fills it VERY nicely with international students). But there is a very strong movement in changing how the state of Iowa (Board of Regents) gives money to institutions. It used to be 40-40-20 (ISU, U I, UNI), but there is talk that, that is state money by taxpayers of Iowa...shouldn't more of that go to help those tax payers kids?

    Yes, we all know a university isn't just about education, but I think that while out of states bring in more money, I think that the Board of Regents and the state will want to invest in their own, if that makes sense.
    Nonresidents pay 3X (or more?) tuition which helps keep tuition relatively low for in state kids. It is always a balancing act between revenue and fulfilling the mission to serve Iowans.



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    Re: official enrollment numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by RoseBowlBound View Post
    I actually post on here cause Iowa message boards aren't half as active. Thanks though
    You need to get a Tyler avatar.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseBowlBound View Post
    I actually post on here cause Iowa message boards aren't half as active. Thanks though
    The Hawkeye Report Off Topic board is extremely active. It's garbage, but it's active.



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