(Carbondale, IL) — Some faculty members at Southern Illinois University say they’re not sure the school will see less than a thousand freshmen next fall. The school’s Faculty Senate president, Kathie Chwalisz, told “The Southern Illinoisan” yesterday that estimates that SIU will see between 870 and 970 new students are just guesses, and are low. Chwalisz said she’s seen estimates that the school will see almost twelve-hundred new students next fall. An SIU spokeswoman yesterday said she doesn’t have official numbers. If SIU sees less than 900 new students, the school would once again be looking at a multi-million-dollar loss next school year.