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Category Archives: enrollment
How is higher education enrollment changing? This week the invaluable National Student Clearinghouse Research Center published their latest data on American college and university enrollment. Today I’ll summarize the findings, then point to implications for academia’s future. tl;dr summary – … Continue reading
How is higher education enrollment changing? The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center just updated their fall 2022 enrollment numbers. Here I’ll summarize their findings and add some commentary, based on the report as well as a press briefing. (Here’s their … Continue reading
How is American higher education enrollment doing now, in fall 2022? A few hours ago the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center published the first account of its enrollment data for this term. For some, perhaps many people, this is the … Continue reading
I do appeal to educators across the nation to think, seriously and urgently: With the landscape for women’s reproductive rights changed, what will your institution do to prevent the erosion of women’s hard-won achievements in higher education? –Jo Ellen Parker … Continue reading
Enrollment in American higher education just declined. Again. That means the total number of students taking classes in American colleges and universities during spring 2022 went down compared to the previous semester (fall 2021) and the prior spring term (2021). … Continue reading
How is public higher education changing? We have a new sketch of an answer to this question for one state. buy dapoxetine online buy dapoxetine no prescription generic The Detroit News recently ran an article about Michigan’s public universities, … Continue reading
How did college and university enrollment do in fall 2021? The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center has been tracking this closely. They do essential work. They have already released one estimate for fall 2021, which I wrote about here. Today … Continue reading
For years I’ve been projecting and observing a decline in American higher education. Reality keeps giving examples of those projections becoming observable data. Today’s case in point is a pair of state university systems, one in Pennsylvania, the other in … Continue reading
(second of two posts; here’s the first one) The enrollment decline in American colleges and universities continued this fall semester, according to just-released data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. This is very important for higher education in this … Continue reading
(First of two posts) The number of students taking classes in American colleges and universities dropped last year, according to recently release US Census data. This is an important bit of news, given how crucial enrollment is for tuition-dependent campuses … Continue reading