TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Midwestern high schools are producing fewer graduates.
That's forcing universities like Indiana State to change how it recruits students.
The university said it will continue to heavily recruit incoming freshmen.
According to ISU, they've had incredible enrollment growth in recent years.
Now, they say they want to take it to the next level.
They plan to recruit more international, transfer, and graduate students.
New ISU President Deborah Curtis has asked Provost, Dr. Michael Licari to oversee the university's enrollment management and marketing efforts.
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