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Wed Aug 29, 2018, 06:00 AM

'North of 1,700' freshman head to campus, UW dealing with capacity issue in dorms

University of Wyoming spokesman Chad Baldwin said Friday the school is expecting “north of 1,700” freshman to attend classes this fall.

In July, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management Kyle Moore predicted the number would be 1,750, a 3 percent increase over fall 2017.

Getting a firm number on a freshman class size is difficult until classes are in full swing. Some students who enroll never show up.

In August 2017, UW estimated the class starting that fall could include 1,750 students. But when the official numbers came in on the 15th day of classes, the freshman class was only 1,696.

Read more: http://www.laramieboomerang.com/news/north-of-freshman-head-to-campus-uw-dealing-with-capacity/article_f571d88c-a82d-11e8-86c6-dbada32fe708.html

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Wed Aug 29, 2018, 06:11 AM

1. Freshman are treated like cattle.

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