Student Transfer Decreased Sharply During the Pandemic, Potentially Causing a Lasting Impact on Postsecondary Attainment
Fall 2020 Undergraduate Enrollment Down 4.4%; Graduate Enrollment Up 2.9%
Fall 2020 Undergraduate Enrollment Down 4% Compared to Same Time Last Year
Undergraduate Enrollment Down 2.5% and Graduate Students Up 3.9%, Compared to Sept. 2019
CLEARINGHOUSE PRESS RELEASES
Undergraduate enrollment declined by more than 662,000 students or 4.7% from spring 2021, according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
39 million Americans have some college, but no credential, according to a new report.
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LATEST RESEARCH REPORT
Current Term Enrollment Estimates
Enrollment declines continued to worsen this spring. Total postsecondary enrollment fell to 16.2 million this spring, marking a one-year decline of 4.1 percent or 685,000 students. Enrollment declined this spring at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Following a 3.5 percent drop last spring, postsecondary institutions have lost nearly 1.3 million students since spring 2020.
The Some College, No Degree report series seeks to understand the educational trajectories of millions of Americans who left postsecondary education without receiving a degree or certificate.
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