eWENR, March/April 1999: The Americas (Regional News)
Slightly more than one-third of all colleges responding to the most recent College Bound National Admissions Survey reported no change in the number of international enrollments for 1998 compared with the previous year. Another 34 percent said they admitted more foreign students than they did in 1997, while 32 percent admitted fewer.
The following schools experienced an increase in foreign enrollments for 1998: Bowling Green, Carnegie Mellon, Coe Eastern College, Fordham, Johnson and Wales, Middlebury, Muskingum, Northwestern, Purdue, Randolph Macon, Tiffin, the University of Toledo and Vassar.
Colleges that reported a decrease in foreign student enrollments in 1998 included Boston University, Carroll College, Hope, Iowa, Kentucky, Lawrence, Muhlenberg, NYU, Ohio Northern, St. John