Impact Of COVID-19 On College Enrollment
The high cost of higher education coupled with changes brought on by the pandemic has altered the trajectory for many would-be college students.
Public two-year colleges were hit especially hard in 2020. Such schools, which enroll more lower-income students and students of color, saw enrollment drop about 10% from the previous fall.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we explore how colleges and universities are responding to the challenges posed by the pandemic.
- Eric Kelderman, senior reporter, The Chronicle of Higher Education
- Piet van Lier, research consultant, Policy Matters Ohio
- Jim Thrasher, senior advisor to the vice president for Student Recruitment, Grove City College
- Greg Lawson, research fellow, The Buckeye Institute
- Policy Matters Ohio: A policy fix to help more Ohioans graduate
- Grove City College Institute For Faith And Freedom: The Moral Dimensions of the Student Loan Crisis
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