Number of colleges still accepting applications drops from pandemic high - Jeremy Bauer-Wolf, Higher Ed Dive

Last year's number of colleges that volunteered openings, which ultimately totaled 775, was record breaking for the admission trade group's database, which it has put out for more than 30 years. At the time, it revealed the extent to which the coronavirus was suppressing college enrollment. Now, colleges are prepping for largely in-person instruction this fall after coronavirus cases fell sharply across the U.S. As of Friday afternoon, NACAC has logged 532 institutions across the country, as well several outside the U.S., with open seats.

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