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If international student enrollment had declined, that could have affected the UW’s budget because students from outside Washington pay more than three times what a state undergrad pays in tuition.
The scholarships will be awarded each spring, and high school juniors and seniors as well as college undergrads who are enrolled full-time are eligible for it.
One possible change that could be proposed is for a graduate student's scholarship count double to that of an undergrad.
A study of 1,600 Harvard undergrads found that social support was a far better predictor of happiness than GPA, family income, SAT score, age, gender or race.
The school will begin admitting male undergrads starting in 2018.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced the University of Virginia undergrad was released and was headed home to Cincinnati.
Last year, at UCI, out-of-state students accounted for about 19 percent of the 25,256 undergrads, most coming from out of the country.
Prescott got his undergrad degree in psychology and his master’s degree in organizational leadership at Mississippi State before being drafted in the fourth-round by the Cowboys last year.
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