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    Default Marrero talks fall classes

    Article has metrics and discussion on in person v/s online threshold.


    While a lot of the college experience remains up in the air, Marrero points to key metrics that point to a successful future.
    As of Monday, GS is 2.66% above in fall enrollment compared to August 13, 2019. That is subject to change when the enrollment census takes place in October.
    GS is also 2% up in credit hours. Marrero pointed out that an increase in credit hours equals an increase in university revenue.
    In May, GS celebrated its highest four-year graduation percentage in the institution’s history — 30.6%.
    Also, all signs point to this fall’s freshmen class being the biggest GS has ever seen. Again, this is subject to change when the October enrollment census takes place.
    “This fall is going to look and feel different,” said Marrero. “Our goal of the last four months is to ensure students can be successful in this environment.”

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    What does enrollment look like State wide compared with Fall 19?
    "Follow the trendlines, not the headlines." -Steven Pinker (?)

    Regarding football Scheduling.

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    I'd be taking a gap semester

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