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UI Experiences Fall Enrollment Drop

University of Idaho fall enrollment dropped 5 percent from 2012 to 11,844 students, the college reported Tuesday. Reasons for the decline: A 6 percent drop in the number of continuing students to 8,028. The drop was caused by students graduating more quickly because of the reduced number of credits needed to get a diploma and the falling number of first-year students in the three prior years, school officials said. U of I’s freshman class held about even at 1,638, up from 1,633/Bill Roberts, Idaho Statesman. More here.

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