Thursday, January 12, 2017

Pennsylvania's college numbers down - Jamie Martines, Trib Live

College enrollment fell for the fifth consecutive year nationwide, according to figures released by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, a nonprofit that works with colleges and universities across the country. Pennsylvania is among the five states experiencing the largest decline in enrollment, having lost more than 18,000 students since fall of 2015. New York saw the biggest change in enrollment during the past year, where colleges and universities collectively lost more than 30,000 students. All colleges and universities worry about drops in enrollment: fewer students mean less money in tuition and fees coming through the door.

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