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Old 03-20-2017, 04:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Beach Bum View Post
I love reading about Chicago State. Enrollment is down 25% to 3,578. Yet only 86 freshman. A simpleton would estimate that there will be less than 360 total kids in 3-4 years from now. Or a decrease of 90% from the current level.

Something isn't adding up. Is freshman enrollment always minimal here and people come and go as upper classmen?

If I'd have to guess, the school will be defunct and bulldozed in 4 years.
Should have been bulldozed many years ago.
Graduation Rate
Four-year graduation rate 2.5%
Five-year graduation rate 11.7%
Six-year graduation rate 19.2%
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