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Undergraduate enrollment fell (again) in 2021.

Jan 06 2022

Undergraduate enrollment fell (again) in 2021. According to a November report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center (NSCRC), the number of enrolled undergraduates has fallen by nearly 8% since 2019. Tuition cost is one of the main reasons students are forgoing a college education—especially considering most colleges / universities have moved online to some extent. Graduate enrollment on the other hand increased by around 2% between 2019 and 2021. While some colleges have kept their tuition rates steady since the start of the pandemic (tuition and fees are experiencing their slowest growth since 1980), the next generation of college students is keeping an eye on whether the price tag is worth it for them. YPulse’s education research shows 62% of Gen Z agree they don’t need a college degree to be successful. (Quartz)