Hello everyone, From time to time I try to stay in touch with news regarding UoPeople since it is a University that has captured my attention close to a decade now. I love its mission, its focus on refugees, undocumented and people coming from challenging backgrounds. The fact that it is super cheap and accredited makes it even more attractive. Currently, UoPeople has over 65k students and I remember I have been following it since its inception when it barely had 1000 students. So the growth is exponential. I remember reading an article stating that UoPeople is estimated to reach 100k students by the end of 2021. Is it possible that they will soon become the largest University in the west? I mean with the rate they are growing its entirely possible that they reach 200k students in a couple of years. I think their high profile collaborations with Harvard,McGill and so on also help and if they actually manage to become RA then this would skyrocket their numbers. My only question is, if they become RA will they remain super cheap? It seems the University has huge political backing. It's a member of UNESCO Universities and various UN agencies and top professors work for it.