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This week, Nicole Collier joins Jerry to dig deeper into the murder of 18-month-old Elaina Steinfurth.More >>
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SYLVANIA, OH (Toledo News Now) -
is down this fall at Lourdes University, but leaders say they are growing in
is down about 10 percent compared to fall enrollment last year. Lower
enrollment last spring forced the university to make $1 million in cuts, but
the university's new president says those cuts are allowing them to meet
says in other ways, they are on the right path.
we're trying to do is move to more residential full-time students," said
President David Livingston. "That is moving in the right direction in terms of
what we want to do strategically."
university's strategic plans include growing its residential and graduate
population, and focusing on student success.
says Lourdes is losing part-time and non-traditional market students, but they
are growing in full-time residential and graduation populations. He says
because of that growth, the university is on the path to where they want to be
in five years.
one of the things that helps universities, is having part-time students,
non-residential students, residential students, graduate students," he said. "All
those students combined to help us meet our budgetary goals, and sometimes you
lose in one area and gain in another."
Newsweek recently released its list of the Most Beautiful Colleges. The ranking took in to consideration campus aesthetics, as well as the attractiveness of its student body.More >>
Newsweek recently released its list of the Most Beautiful Colleges. The ranking took in to consideration campus aesthetics, as well as the attractiveness of its student body. See if your alma mater made the list.More >>