Friday was move-in day for first-year students at the newly named Vermont State University. It’s a fresh start for the five campuses of the state college system, with hopes of reversing declining enrollment and financial shortfalls. This is the first move-in day for the newly unified Vermont State University with 1,400 new students across all the campuses. But it comes amid continued enrollment challenges, with new students down 19%. The school is still working out of a deficit that currently sits at $17 million. Classes at all the Vermont State University campuses start today.
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