A few years back, Randolph College in Lynchburg, VA (formerly Randolph-Macon College) experienced the same backlash when it decided to go Coed and allow male enrollment. College is a business and students are the main part of their business. Another school just outside of Lynchburg, VA might have to do the same. It wasn't that long ago that the private women's school Sweet Briar College was about to close its doors. I'm sure females at these schools have gotten accustomed to a male free/penis free campus and don't want no parts of allowing men to enroll, but these schools are constantly competing against more and more coed schools, such as VMI, which is now coed now that women are being allowed to enroll. VMI had to since it is one of the six federal funded military colleges in the country. Also, for Sweet Briar College to attract male students, I'm sure it would have to change its name and school colors, which is pink and green.