Enrollment at WSU takes another dip

PULLMAN — Freshman and total enrollment at Washington State University declined for a second straight year this fall, mirroring a trend that’s affecting higher education institutions nationwide. Saichi Oba, vice provost of enrollment management, discussed the fall numbers with the WSU Board of Regents during a work session at Pullman on Thursday morning. After setting …

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WSU Systemwide Enrollment Down Over 4% To Under 30K For The First Time Since 2015

WSU Pullman enrollment is down 3.9% at 19,114. Washington State University enrollment has dropped by over 4% to under 30,000 students for the first time in 6 years. The WSU Regents Strategic and Operational Excellence Committee received the enrollment report during its meeting this morning.  There are 29,843 students at WSU systemwide this Fall.  That’s …

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UI Ranked 2nd In The Country For Best Value Among National Public Universities According To U.S. News

The University of Idaho is ranked second in the country for best value among national public universities according to U.S. News & World Report.  Only the University of North Carolina is a better value for a national public university according to U.S. News. The UI moved up 51 spots to 179th in this year’s overall …

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Op-Ed: It’s time to stop president’s tyrannical overreach

My OpEd against Covid vaccine mandates ran in today’s Moscow-Pullman Daily News. This will get a reaction out of the liberals.  Last week, President Biden announced he is mandating all private-sector companies with over 100 employees require their workforce to be vaccinated for COVID-19, or else be fired, tested weekly, or fined $14k per violation. …

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