Mike Wilkinson and Isabel Loman, writing in Bridge Michigan: “College enrollment by last year’s high school graduates is still well below pre-pandemic levels. 53% of the class of ’22 went to college within six months of graduation, and that’s down from an average of 63% pre-pandemic. Two-year schools were hurt the most–16% of ’22 high school grads chose to enroll, down from an average of 24% from 2017-19. As many as 10,000 fewer high school graduates chose college last fall.” Read here about why and the implications for Michigan.
NEWS BRIEFS: Michigan’s Public College Enrollment is Declining
January 27, 2023/ Higher Ed, Public Higher Ed, Society/ No Comments/