Student numbers down across state amid switch to semesters
DAYTON -- Enrollment has dropped by nearly 13,500 students at 17 Ohio colleges and universities that began using a semester schedule this fall, which could be a financial hit for schools relying on revenue from tuition.
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#1 Sep 20, 2012
The switch to semisters does not serve the student, it serves the people who work there. They now work a shorter year for the same if not more money. Students who were caught in this change over were also screwed because some of their classes did not transfer or only recieved partial credit. I know of one student who was one quarter away from graduating and now must attend another two semisters IF it is possible to actually schedule the needed classes during those two semisters.
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