Enrollment fell at more than half of colleges this fall: survey

Hallie Busta, Education Dive
Slightly more than half of nearly 300 college presidents surveyed in September by the American Council on Education (ACE) say their campuses’ enrollment is lower this fall than a year ago, with community college executives reporting decreases the most. Thirty-one percent of private four-year college presidents said they enrolled more students this fall, compared to 15% of public four-year and 10% of public two-year leaders. Some 70% of four-year college execs reported decreased international student enrollment.


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