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and then apply to the business school two
years later, unlike at Wharton where stu-
dents are accepted as freshman.
Even though the details regarding admis-
sions are still being worked out, the application
procedure would be similar to that of the LSA.
The Business School has no plans of increasing
enrollment quotas because of these changes,
At first, freshman and sophomore enroll-
ment will be phased into the admissions pro-
cess. The first freshman class will be capped to
about 70 students, and increased in following
Business School senior Michelle Chang
said she was concerned with the quality of
students that will be accepted into the pro-
"The two-year program is comprised of the
best group of students, but when you expand it
to four years, it is hard to be sure that the stu-
dents are of highest quality," she said.
John Coury, a junior in the school, said he
thought that the new program would be less
stressful as it won't be as cramped.
"I like that better as it lowers a lot of stress
as far as the application procedure," Coury
LSA freshman Jennifer Martin, who is
planning to apply to the business school,
said she had mixed feelings about the pro-
"It will be more competitive as many people
will apply their freshman year," she said.
However, she felt that being in the Business
School for a longer period of time will allow
students more time to learn the material.
Other changes being considered include the
addition of half-semester courses similar to the
electives in the Masters of Business Adminis-
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wanted to be damn sure I went to Ann Arbor,"
he said. "I have always been proud - very, very
proud - of my association with this university."
Public Policy student Vibeke Thomsen traveled
from France to attend the Ford School. "It had a great
reputation," she said, adding that she wanted the
emphasis on economics that the school provided.
Thomsen said it was a thrill to see Ford.
"I think it shows that he cares. It was a good
event. But it's a pity I'm going to miss (the new
building)," said Thomsen, who is scheduled to
graduate the same month the new hall is set
Regents Rebecca McGowan (D-Ann Arbor)
and Andrea Fischer-Newman (R-Ann Arbor) and
University Provost Paul Courant, a former faculty
member of the public policy school, also spoke at
the ceremony which took place at the indoor track
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