Sharing Contrary Views
I'm not convinced yet but would love to be wrong on enrollment trends
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There are two recent articles that I think are important to share as contrary views, both dealing with Fall 2023 enrollment data points. While my arguments are more focused on enrollment-driven revenue and longer-term trends, there is speculation involved that makes it valuable to understand different viewpoints. We just don’t know how student behavior in accepting admission offers or reacting to the changing job market and won’t have broader numbers for another six weeks or so.
Inside Higher Ed on Community College Enrollments
Two days ago IHE published “Community Colleges Buoyed by Modest Enrollment Growth”, describing a handful of examples of community colleges seeing real increases in fall 2023 enrollment. After noting Wake Technical Community College (Raleigh, NC) and its 10% increase this fall:
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