Sunday, June 26, 2016

Small colleges facing biggest challenges with enrollment - Jarrett Carter, Education Dive

New studies show that 80% of U.S. colleges and universities enroll 5,000 students or less, with 40% of those schools enrolling 1,000 or less. Following a peak in enrollment in 2011, the number of college students has steadily declined over the last five years, reducing the pool of students from which schools can recruit. As student enrollment trends toward entry into schools within a 250-mile radius, geography plays a major role in recruiting strategy.

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