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Declining college enrollment has continued, with experts suggesting that people are questioning the value of a postsecondary education.

Total college enrollment – both undergraduate and graduate – fell this spring to 16.2 million students, marking a one-year decline of 4.1%, or 685,000 students, the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center (NSCRC) announced on Thursday.

That followed a 3.5% drop last spring, meaning postsecondary institutions have lost nearly 1.3 million students since spring 2020.

Most of this spring’s decline was accounted for by undergraduate enrollment, which dropped 4.7%, or more than 662,000 students, compared to spring 2021.

The total number of undergraduates now is 9.4%, or nearly 1.4 million students smaller than before the pandemic. Read more…

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