By the Numbers: College enrollment on the decline

A new study finds that college enrollment is down this year overall, and particularly at the nation’s community colleges.
0:53 | 05/04/21

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To higher education over the weekend many high school seniors how to pick which college they'll attend next fall or is still going all. To take a look at a new study showing a dropping college enrollment is here. By the numbers overall spring enrollment is down five point 9% compared to this time last year that's according to the national student clearinghouse research center. Community college enrollment is down and even steeper eleven point 3% nationwide. And associate degree enrollment is down ten point 9% according to the research center. College enrollment by younger students aged eighteen to twenty dropped more than 7% that's the biggest decline of any age group. Mineral enrollment for bachelor's degree is dropped by only 2.2 percent this year far less than for other types of degrees. And enrollment for graduate degrees including master's and doctorate degrees actually increase by four point 4% nationwide.

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