Fall Enrollment Slides As Coronavirus Threatens Higher-Education Bubble
Fri, 10/16/2020 – 20:30
For the last six years we have sounded louder and louder concerns that the higher-education bubble would eventually deflate. However, no one at the time anticipated that a virus-pandemic would be the pin that pops it all.
Take, for example, the 2020 fall semester, the number of first-year undergraduate students are in freefall across the country, down 16%, when compared to 2019 fall semester, according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center (NSCRC). Overall undergraduate enrollment slid 4% from this time last year, mostly because of the 13.7% drop in international students.
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