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Considering most students go to college closer to home, students in rural areas have far fewer college options.
The concept of college as the great equalizer suffers when it comes to lucrative graduate degrees, which are more often earned by students from high-income backgrounds, University of Kentucky researchers say.
If you take the University Business quiz on adult learners, you just might get some useful tips on marketing your institution and its programs to older students.
The University of Missouri solved a unique retention problem after recently switching to TouchNet solutions. The move allows families to refine budgeting for term bills, while hopefully prompting students to think twice before buying a nonessential item.
Data on dual-enrollment program locations provide roadmap for boosting enrollment
The number of international students hit an all-time high, but overall enrollment only grew by 0.05% and the number of first-timers declined for the third school year in a row.
Some experts warn of a looming higher ed enrollment bust, but applications are not down everywhere as colleges reach out to new groups of students.
Community college leaders are finding that esports raises the academic enthusiasm of current students and attracts more new full-time students to campus.
Some 98,000 immigrant students graduate from high school each year, but the U.S. Supreme Court may be on the verge of ending the program that allows them to study and work.
The number of Chinese students enrolled at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has dropped, but overall enrollment is up. The source of those students? The U.S.
U.S. colleges are now recruiting in more parts of the world as political tensions have led some Chinese students to stay home or study elsewhere.
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