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it has 465 members on its Facebook page Another Wild Wilson Women has more than 1400 members Van Ness who sat on the commission that made suggestions to Mistick said it didnt support coeducation as a way to boost enrollment She accused the administration of breaking state Department of Education protocol that requires it to propose amendments to the colleges articles of incorporation and wait for approval before making changes The college filed an application to change its charter with the state last year but didn’t wait for approval before admitting male commuter students that fall Instead Van Ness and others said the college immediately advertised itself as co-ed hired coaches for male athletic teams and started preparing dorms for male residential students Van Ness said this is illegal but Wilson maintains that changes to its charter in 1993 gave it permission to admit men "All of a sudden Wilsons identity as a womens college had just disappeared" Van Ness said In June the women behind Wilson College Women were granted a hearing at the state Department of Education where they made the case for state intervention that would block any further undergraduate coed operations at the school The Department has not said when it will issue a ruling At Chatham University the decision to admit men was much less controversial "Its been a topic of conversation for 20 years The idea was to keep the undergraduate womens college and diversify the graduate programs" said school spokesman Bill Campbell In 1992 men were invited to apply to graduate and other programs Enrollment was temporarily boosted by the move but it went down again in 2008 "Less and less women are interested in womens colleges today" Campbell said"Can we feasibly continue to put this much money to this mission decision" At Chatham Campbell said the decision to admit men was proactivethe school relied on a February report from Standard & Poors that predicted the next few years to be especially tough for small narrowly-focused colleges as an indication of trouble to come Chatham got a low BBB- rating in the report Admitting men can be a financial solution for struggling schools but its important for women to have a range of choices when they pick a college said Marilyn Hammond president of the Womens College Coalition "Whats at stake is that there will be limits again to the options women have if womens colleges dont exist" she said At Wilson Van Ness and other opponents said they hope the state will protect that option Van Ness was a junior and president of the student government at Wilson in 1979 when faculty and students protested the schools closure which was eventually blocked by a judge "We made history once" Van Ness said "As tough as it is out there in the constantly changing world of higher education there is still a place for women’s colleges" This story was produced by The Hechinger Report a nonprofit nonpartisan education-news outlet based at Teachers College Columbia University Contact us at editors@timecomcontacting the newspaper to praise new White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer to restructure the system would spell doom for the country. have not been able to find a senior or have not been able to find a kid,上海龙凤419Beatrice.