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The University of South Carolina at Lancaster is being penalized for increases in enrollment, Dean Dr. John Catalano says.
Enrollment at the university could increase 10 to 15 percent this year when final figures come in October. Last year, enrollment increased 12 percent, and the year before that 22 percent.
But the school receives less money from the state now than it did in 2001. In 2001, the school had 837 students and had a state appropriation of $2.9 million.
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