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Source: Santa Fe New Mexican

A decline in the number of international students attending public universities in the U.S. has resulted in schools missing out on crucial funding.

In particular schools in the midwest that heavily rely on international students because they typically pay higher out-of-state fees.

Currently, more than one million foreign students at public universities in the U.S. supply the country with more than $39 billion in revenue.

Education leaders have reported time and again that especially under Trump’s presidency, less international students are inclined to apply because of the hostile environments created against certain groups of foreigners and also its close scrutinization of visa applications.

The University of Central Missouri reports that last year it had more than 2400 international students and now its has 944 that enrolled in the fall.

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Loss of International Students Leads US Schools to Lose Significant Revenue

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