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01 Dec University of Saint Joseph Opens Full Time Undergraduate Programs to Men


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  • Brianna Dunlap
    Posted at 09:25h, 01 December

    Wow, that is the wrong choice in a time when women need to find themselves in a beneficial environment where their voices can be heard.

  • DeniseB
    Posted at 09:25h, 01 December

    It is clear that USJ only cares about the financial benefits of admitting men, and not about how it will change the essence of the college, especially for the current students who chose to come to USJ based on the knowledge that it was a women's college.
    I am now even more sure that I made the right decision by not attending your institution. The only good thing about your new decision is that now more young women who want the experience of a women's college will go to places like Smith College (or other Seven Sisters colleges), which has its faults but for the most part at least stands by the values upon which it was founded. These colleges are not having the enrollment problems that you describe (in fact, Smith has been getting more applicants every year for awhile now; citation: https://www.smith.edu/news/a-record-number-of-applicants/). The issue isn't that you were a women's college — the issue is that you don't listen to current student concerns. That is why your enrollment is falling. Why is that so hard to understand??
    For those of you that USJ does not believe exists, Smith and other women's college will happily take you and add to their application numbers.

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