Ohio State Plans To Exclusively Enroll International Students By 2014
COLUMBUS, OH - According to a source within the university, Ohio State plans to cut off the enrollment of domestic students next year. The public state university that was founded on U.S. land grant money in the 19th century also released a statement regarding the specifics of the plan.
The irresponsibly informal, 3-page release read in part, "Are you from Finland? You're in! Are you from China? You're in too! Australia? Welcome to OSU! Ohio? No."
While all feedback on the change has been negative, Ohio State has remained strong in defending their new position. However, the state-tax-funded institution did slightly waver, saying it would consider allowing Alaskans and Hawaiians entry if they were born in another country.