With low graduation rates and lowered enrollment at Indiana University South Bend this year, concerns have been raised for future students and what the school can offer them.
Chancellor Terry Allison of IUSB told The Preface that this loss could hurt the school's funding in coming years.
This possible loss of funding due to the school not meeting its enrollment and graduation rates could potentially take away from student organizations such as the Student Government Association. In addition, the compensation for cut spending, could result in eliminating staff positions.
To see how dropped population in surrounding cities is contributed to IUSB's lower numbers, read the full article at The Preface's website.