Looks like the University of Missouri still hasn't recovered from the mishandling of student protests three years ago. Hundreds of jobs and millions in funding were lost so some privileged kids could throw an uninterrupted tantrum for a year.
"Administrators have also cited state budget cuts and a decrease in high school graduates pursuing higher education for the dropping enrollment." Nothing that says why there were budget cuts, are you blaming the protests for that? Or are the millions of dollars you refer to being lost elsewhere?
Escape, sorry for the multiple links, I was trying to cover my bases. I thought it was more commonly known that Mizzou protests severely damaged the school's reputation. Let me know if I have any holes here.