We are admitting those academically qualified for us," said Melvin, who wrote the university's strategic plan as it relates to enrollment.
"We believe it's important that we have geographic diversity," he said.
Make yourself a plan for future and go through it to the end ".
If you are a freshman at the University of Connecticut's Storrs campus this fall, chances are one in three of your friends comes from out of state.
This year, Massachusetts saw a purposeful 37 percent spike in out-of-state freshman at its Amherst campus.
At the University of Vermont in-state students are, by design, a decided and purposeful minority.
Along the way, however, I realized that the problem-solving aspect of making electronic gadgets was what I enjoyed the most.
Engineering was a natural career choice after this.
By junior and senior year, many in-state students relegated to regional campus migrate to Storrs, helping to further dilute the out-of-state impact.
Harder to get accepted That out-of-state applications have grown and even surpassed in-state applicants is not only a functioning of marketing and UConn's growing reputation but also the nature of today's college-bound student.