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Oct 08, 2019
New graduate school enrollments continue to fall among international students, but underrepresented U.S. minority enrollments are way up.

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October 26, 2005
Applications are up and enrollments are setting records, but not for black students.
October 17, 2005

Blue Mountain College announced last week that it would admit men to all of its programs, starting in January.

The Mississippi college was founded in 1873 as a women's institution, but since 1956, it has admitted men as students if they are preparing for the ministry or are enrolled in non-degree programs. Blue Mountain is run by the Mississippi Baptist Convention.

October 10, 2005
Following a large drop in admitting black freshmen, U. of Kentucky changes its admissions procedures to emphasize diversity.
October 10, 2005
Study of high school seniors shows they have high aspirations -- but not the math skills to match.  
October 4, 2005
U.S. Supreme Court declines to consider challenge to admissions policy at the university's law school, 8 years after it was filed.
September 30, 2005
Study also finds slight increases in share of degrees going to women and minority students.
September 28, 2005
U. of Alabama unveiled two new networking Web sites -- and one is for parents.
September 27, 2005
Institutional culture and presidential leadership matter more than specific programs and policies, study finds.
September 23, 2005
As Asian enrollment nears 50 percent of freshman class, ethnic groups on campus face new demographics and new issues.
September 22, 2005
Female clubs that entertained male athletic recruits are being forced to change their ways or to disappear.

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