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SC colleges bracing for drop in revenue

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Ariel Gilreath of The Greenville News contacts several colleges in the Upstate about how they will weather the COVID-19 storm and the lower revenues expected in its wake. Brad Pochard, associate vice president for enrollment at Furman University, weighs in on concerns about lagging out-of-state enrollment for this fall as well as lower admissions for 2021. He also addresses ways Furman is attempting to shore up the expected decline.

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