The University of St. Joseph, in Connecticut, is creating a committee that will study whether the women's college should admit men, The Hartford Courant reported. The university (which already enrolls men in some programs for adult learners) has 747 women in its main undergraduate program, down by 58 students since 2012. Officials stressed that no final decision has been made, but that admitting men and growing enrollment might result in a better experience for all students.
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