Evergreen State College saw 1,200 Students Drop Out Soon after Race Protests

, Accuracy in Academia, 2 Comments

Evergreen State College saw student unrest back in May 2017 and as a result, the college believed that about 1,200 students have not graduated or re-enrolled in classes. The college is reaching out to those students to verify what these students’ next plans will be.

But, is this the Mizzou effect, where student enrollment dropped by 35% after protests paralyzed the campus? Time will tell.

 

2 Responses

  1. Rod Carveth

    July 19, 2017 4:09 pm

    This story is bogus. Evergreen State is not 1200 students down. The school is following up on those students who have been admitted and not enrolled yet. That is very common. We are doing exactly the same thing at Morgan State and our enrollments are healthy. As for students who have attended and haven’t graduated or re-enrolled, many students wait until the last minute to register for classes so as to hold on to the money. Most students have 2-4 weeks past the start of classes to fully paySo, please stop misleading.

  2. C.V. Compton Shaw

    July 21, 2017 6:44 pm

    These “cultural Marxists” at Evergreen and Mizzou are utilizing traditional Marxist means to reach their reactionary ends: 1. Terrorism (political correctness), the political, social,economic, and cultural discrimination against those individuals and groups who oppose their unjust means and ends and/or presumed to do the same; 2. Political indoctrination; and, 3. Sustained guerilla warfare.

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