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Undergraduate Enrollment Continues to Decline in the Wake of COVID-19 Pandemic

Early data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center released Tuesday shows that undergraduate enrollment rates declined by 3.2 percent for the fall 2021...

Freshman Enrollment Plunges Across Universities and Community Colleges

Freshman enrollment has declined by more than 16 percent at U.S. colleges and universities in comparison to last year’s data, the National Student Clearinghouse...

Report Shows Decline in Summer Enrollments for Community Colleges, Rural Universities

According to a report released on September 1 by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, community colleges and rural universities — both public and...

Raising Awareness of Public Policy Careers Could Diversify the Profession

Na’ilah Amaru, an immigrant and dedicated war veteran, has led an illustrious career as an advocacy and policy strategist. Her roles have included serving...

Recruiting International Students from Africa Is a Worthwhile Challenge

As colleges and universities in the United States face persistent declines in both domestic and international enrollment, some institutions have redirected their recruitment efforts...

Experts Explain the Continuing Drop in International Enrollment and What Higher...

Declines in international student enrollment are a growing concern at American institutions of higher education. Since the start of the fall 2019 semester, data released...

The 2019 HEED Awards: Innovation in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Continues

Readers of INSIGHT Into Diversity are almost certainly aware that underrepresented groups in the United States will soon become the majority. Despite this fact,...

Declines in Community College Enrollment Pose a Problem for Modern Economy,...

Overall college enrollment in the United States declined for the seventh year in a row in fall 2017, according to the 2019 Fact Book...

Syracuse University Hopes to Double Black Enrollment in College of Law...

For Syracuse University College of Law Dean Craig Boise, 10 percent African American enrollment in the 125-year-old college wasn’t good enough, even though that...

The Paradox of Performance Funding

Consider two public colleges. College A performs well in categories like graduation rate, student retention, and strong academic standards, whereas College B falls short. In an...

Travel Ban Has Limited Effect on International Students Coming to U.S.,...

Despite concerns over the potential effects of President Donald Trump’s travel ban on higher education, international students have continued to express interest in studying...

UC System Accused of Lowering Standards for Nonresident Admission

California state auditor Elaine Howle on Tuesday released a scathing report on the University of California (UC) that alleges the system unfairly favors foreign...