Universities That Have Made The Top 22 Ranking For The Largest Decrease In Application

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Expensive fees and being extremely selective are some factors which cause the decrease of student applicants. Here are the universities that have made the top 22 ranking for the largest decline in the application.

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  1. Alcorn State University

This land-grant institution located in Mississippi experienced a negative 69.45 percent decrease over the last ten years. In 2014 – 15, the applicants fell to 2,078 from 6,802.

  1. Drake University

With acceptance rate dropping to 66 percent, the total decrease in application reached to negative 427. The total admission yielded only 19.4 percent.

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  1. Morgan State University

It is a historically black public research school in Baltimore that used to have many applicants. However, for 2014 – 15, the applicants were only 4,808 and a decrease of 57.8 percent.

  1. Touro College

This college is a sponsored independent institution with a Jewish affiliation. The 10-year percent change is negative 48.95 percent, while the number of applicants in 2014 – 15 is 3,143.

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  1. Brigham Young University

This school received fewer candidates in the 2013 and succeeded years. As a result, the acceptance rate dropped to 47 percent, and the absolute decrease is negative 1,134.

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