MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The University of Minnesota said it is looking to accept fewer transfer students, a plan that’s not going over well with the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.

According to the Pioneer Press, the U of M wants to trim transfers by eight percent over the next few years.

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That breaks down to about 300 students.

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The school said it will eliminate some volatility in transfer numbers that makes it hard to properly dispense resources.

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But MnSCU officials said the plan hurts under-represented students and limits the state’s commitment to improve access to four-year degrees.