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351 Spring semester enrollment drops slightly; despite grad increase
Northern Iowan 69:36, p.1
2/27/1973 Spring enrollment is 8401 on-campus students; total of 9252 enrolled for course credit.
352 Opportunities key to recruiting goal
Alumnus 58:1, p.7
2/1/1973 Institutional officials react to drop in enrollment.
353 Rats to the rats
Schlorff--Robert W.
Northern Iowan 69:22, p.2
12/5/1972 Believes class enrollment should determine where research funds go.
354 A few words
Miller--Lavern M. (Lee) (Alumni Services Staff)
Alumnus 57:4, p.2
12/1/1972 Lee Miller believes that universities need private as well as public money; capital campaign may soon be announced; urges alumni to recruit good students to make up for enrollment decline.
355 Changes--a new face for UNI
Grassman--James R.
Alumnus 57:4, p.4
12/1/1972 A look at the new buildings on campus; examination of planned growth and need for more construction; photo.
356 Drop in enrollment linked to old image, teacher job market
Alumnus 57:4, p.3
12/1/1972 Enrollment drops 8%; fall 1972 enrollment was 8845; need to publicize new mission and role.
357 Kamerick announces budget reductions
Northern Iowan 69:10, p.1
10/17/1972 President Kamerick outlines points of reduction to make up for lost tuition revenues; will cut summer school, library, student aid, supplies, and equipment funds.
358 Fall enrollment drops by 760; budget faces a second cut
Northern Iowan 69:7, p.1
10/6/1972 Fall 1972 enrollment is 8845.
359 '72 summer enrollment declines
Northern Iowan 68:59, p.1
7/7/1972 Summer enrollment is 3274; down 555 from previous summer.
360 Regents news
Northern Iowan 68:20, p.1
11/23/1971 Regents consider enrollment issues; need to assist UNI attain full university status.
361 UNI: an iceberg
Northern Iowan 68:16, p.4
11/9/1971 A closer look at enrollment figures.
362 Over 11,000 Actually Under Instruction at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1972:121, p.1
11/4/1971 11,647 total enrollment figure, including fall enrollment of Price Lab, student enrolled in extension clases and correspondence courses. University enrollment is 10,542.
363 Iowa college enrollment down
Northern Iowan 68:11, p.1
10/22/1971 Down over 1% overall.
364 Fall enrollment drops 1.2% from last year
Northern Iowan 68:7, p.12
10/8/1971 Fall 1971 enrollment is 9605.
365 UNI Fall Enrollment Figures
Public Relations News Release 1972:62, p.1
10/6/1971 9,605 students are enrolled for the fall semester.
366 Behind the scenes
UNI Quarterly 3:1, p.38
10/1/1971 Collection of short articles about recent campus events and activities; photo.
367 Summer enrollment figures given
Northern Iowan 67:58, p.5
7/2/1971 Summer 1971 enrollment is 3763.
368 Partial UNI Summer Enrollment Figures Announced
Public Relations News Release 1971:700, p.1
6/30/1971 3763 students are enrolled in the upcoming summer session.
369 Proposed Senate bill to limit enrollment
Northern Iowan 67:49, p.6
4/30/1971 Bill in General Assembly would limit Regents enrollment to a level just above current level.
370 UNI Spring Enrollment Figures Announced
Public Relations News Release 1971:414, p.1
2/25/1971 9232 students are enrolled for the spring semester at UNI according to figures released by the UNI Registrar.
371 This fall increase in grad students
Northern Iowan 67:15, p.7
11/6/1970 979 graduate students enrolled.
372 UNI Fall Enrollment Figures
Public Relations News Release 1970:112, p.1
10/21/1970 A total of 9741 students are enrolled this fall at UNI. This is an increase of 2.5 percent, or 245 students over last fall's enrollment.
373 Untitled
Public Relations News Release 67:3, p.8
9/25/1970 The increased student enrollment is obvious in the Union during lunch; photo.
374 Enrollment exceeds 4400
Northern Iowan 66:61, p.1
7/1/1970 Final figure should equal or exceed 1969 total.
375 UNI Summer Enrollment Expected to Exceed 4,400
Public Relations News Release 1969:668, p.1
6/26/1970 This grand total includes students enrolled in the reguar session and those enrolled in other workshops and institues sponsored by the University.
376 Twenty years of accomplishment
Alumnus 55:2, p.4
5/1/1970 Essay illustrating President Maucker's achievements in the growth of the university, especially in the areas of enrollment, staff, programs, and facilities; photo.
377 Spring enrollment figures announced at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1969:350, p.1
2/19/1970 A total of 8865 students are enrolled this spring at UNI, an increase of 215 students or 2.5 percent over last spring's enrollment of 8450; additional figures broken down by class
378 Legislators, administrators discuss finances
Northern Iowan 66:26, p.1
12/12/1969 Budget and Financial Control Committee visits campus to consider staffing.
379 Enrollment increases more than predicted
Northern Iowan 66:22, p.7
11/21/1969 Fall 1968 enrollment is 8627; 5.4% increase over fall 1968.
380 UNI President Reports to Regents on Enrollment
Public Relations News Release 1969:184, p.1
11/14/1969 President Maucker reports that enrollment is up 4.6 percent. Enrollment at 8627 total students.
381 Enrollment up over last fall
Northern Iowan 66:9, p.1
10/7/1969 Fall 1970 enrollment is 9496; 4.7% increase over previous fall.
382 UNI Fall Enrollment Figures
Public Relations News Release 1969:54, p.1
10/3/1969 9496 students enrolled.
383 Summer enrollment up
Northern Iowan 65:65, p.5
7/18/1969 Summer 1969 enrollment will be about 4300.
384 Transfer enrollments growing
Lee--Mary Katherine (Class of 1970)
Northern Iowan 65:52, p.3
4/22/1969 About 20% of UNI students are transfers; grades tend to drop off some, but 58% do graduate.
385 Regents expected to cut budget
Wherry--Peg (Class of 1972)
Northern Iowan 65:48, p.1
4/8/1969 Will apparently not take into account UNI's recent rapid growth.
386 Enrollment discussed
Wherry--Peg (Class of 1972)
Northern Iowan 65:42, p.5
3/7/1969 Motion to limit enrollment narrowly defeated.
387 Faculty acts on budget, SF-123; adopts resolutions
Wherry--Peg (Class of 1972)
Northern Iowan 65:40, p.1
2/28/1969 Resolutions favor full funding of budget and oppose anti-riot bill; Professor Jones suggests limiting enrollment.
388 Fox: reduce scale and end 'make do'
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:40, p.1
2/28/1969 Professor Fox believes that the university has sacrificed too long and has made serious compromises on quality to accommodate expanding enrollment.
389 Enrollment decreases
Northern Iowan 65:39, p.12
2/25/1969 Spring 1969 enrollment is 8450; class and gender breakdowns.
390 Blind leading blind
Northern Iowan 65:36, p.2
2/14/1969 Reacts to recent comments by David Stanley that the Regents universities are getting too large.
391 Northern Iowa students overwhelmingly from Iowa
Northern Iowan 65:22, p.1
11/22/1968 99% of new freshmen and 97% of transfer students are from Iowa; other enrollment statistics and projections.
392 Registrar's office reports 502 withdrawals
Northern Iowan 65:15, p.1
10/29/1968 Detailed analysis of reasons for withdrawals.
393 Izzie A. Ware
Northern Iowan 65:8, p.2
10/4/1968 Fictitious account of a legislator's visit to UNI and his surprise at crowded parking lots, buildings in need of repair, long lines, and so on.
394 Northern Iowa enrollment over nine thousand
Northern Iowan 65:8, p.8
10/4/1968 Fall enrollment reported at 9076; breakdown given by gender, class, etc.
395 Heed call
Northern Iowan 65:7, p.2
10/1/1968 Editorial blames overcrowded classes on a failure by the university to expand necessary facilities; calls on students and faculty to show their concern to legislators and Board of Regents.
396 Classroom-packing
Northern Iowan 65:5, p.2
9/24/1968 Editorial suggests that crowded dormitories are not as serious a problem as crowded classes.
397 Maucker given permission to change comparison schedule; Regents' summer action
Northern Iowan 65:1, p.1
9/10/1968 Lists of schools, salaries, technology degree, teaching centers, budget, enrollment, and public safety were topics of summer Regents' meetings.
398 Increased enrollment limits seating space for football
Northern Iowan 64:62, p.1
7/19/1968 Due to increased enrollment, students must purchase reserved seating tickets.
399 Summer enrollment to exceed 4,100
Northern Iowan 64:60, p.3
6/28/1968 Thirteen per cent increase over summer 1967.
400 'Time to halt faculty sacrifice'
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 64:43, p.2
3/22/1968 Professor Fox believes that progress at UNI has been bought with sacrifices in faculty comfort and welfare; dislikes notion of Saturday classes.


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