Public Universities Take More Out Of State Students


By Bill Schackner, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Out-of-state students and those recruited internationally account for almost half the total enrollment at some universities and, in certain years, as high as the 75 percent share of the freshman class reported by the University of Vermont last fall. At Pitt, in-state students make up 69 percent of the school’s main campus population, a share that is down from 79 percent a decade ago, and they are 74 percent of the university’s total population, compared with 82 percent a decade ago.

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