A Tale of Two Kinds of Colleges

If you happen to read an article or watch a news segment in which it’s stated that college enrollment is down, you might think you’re living in an alternative universe. After all, headline after headline touts the record applications and all-time low admission rates at the likes of Harvard and … 

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College Enrollment Figures

If you recently read an article or watched a news segment that college enrollment numbers are declining, it’s not untrue. At many of America’s 900+ universities, student enrollment is down and quite a few of these schools are struggling financially. But as our readers know well that which is true … 

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Dropping Enrollment on College Campuses

For several years, as much of the media has focused on declining enrollment figures on college campuses, we’ve implored them to be more specific. Yes, it’s true that colleges across America have seen declining enrollment numbers in recent years, but our nation’s elite universities have seen no such decline — … 

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College Enrollment Figures

“Marketing Charts” has some interesting college enrollment figures. According to an article on college enrollment numbers in “Marketing Charts,” “After growing by 3.2 million between 2006 and 2011, the number of Americans enrolled in college (undergraduate and graduate) fell by almost half-a-million last year to 19.9 million, or 6.7% of … 

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College Enrollment Numbers

The Founder of Ivy Coach, Bev Taylor, is in the news today on the topic of declining college enrollment numbers. In an “MSN” article entitled “Is a drop in college enrollment good for education?“, Bev mentioned how the less selective colleges are going to have to do a lot of … 

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