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Haskell reports small drop in fall enrollment

Haskell Indian Nations University in Kansas reported a slight drop in fall enrollment.

The school has 889 students enrolled for the semester, down from 918 in fall 2005 and down from 906 in spring 2006.

Venida Chenault, vice president for academic affairs, gave several reasons for the decline, including changes to admission standards and lack of financial aid.

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Haskell reports slight drop in enrollment (The Lawrence Journal-World 10/25)


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