The Davis Cup win by The College of Idaho is significant considering its total enrollment of just 1,091 students, much smaller than the 31,702 total enrollment figure of former Davis Cup winner Oklahoma, which finished second this year.
According to the Chronicle, “Liberal-arts colleges saw the total number of applicants grow more than 42 percent from the admissions cycle for the fall of 2007 to that for the fall of 2017,” which represent the window of time studied by the publication.
The winners are nominated before undergoing a thorough and rigorous vetting process by the NASPA foundation board prior to final selection. NASPA, the professional home for the field of student affairs, supports approximately 15,000 people at 1,200 institutions across the globe.
This new program includes automatic admission for CWI students with a 3.0 Grade Point Average or higher, priority registration for their first semester, access to the state-of-the-art Cruzen-Murray Library on The College of Idaho campus, and other benefits, prior and during the transfer process.