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In 1986, the College of Mount St. Joseph allowed male students to enroll, creating a coeducational campus for the first time in the institution's history. During the 1970s, the college also implemented evening and weekend degree programs, creating a sizable commuter population. In the first decade of the twenty-first century, the College of Mount St. Joseph embarked on a building campaign, which was designed to increase the percentage of students residing on campus, yet in 2006, only thirty-six percent of the College of Mount St. Joseph's nearly 2,200 students lived on campus. During this same year, nearly sixty-five percent of the students were women, and roughly sixty percent of enrollees were Catholic.
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