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Overall decline in enrollment, decline in international student numbers, and increase in financial aid are all contributing to the decline in fiscal year 2021 Post-COVID, undergraduate enrollment in private schools will drop 4%, compared to 3% in public schools, according to a Moody’s survey. (GettyImages/FatCamera) Tuition revenue will fall 3.3% at private colleges and universities …

It’s not hard to imagine several enrollment and registrar offices across the country congratulating themselves after reading the details of recent survey results provided by the American Council on Education and the American Association of Collegiate. Registrars and Admissions Officers. After all, there is a lot to be encouraged based on results. For example, when …

Half of Utah’s public colleges saw student enrollment declines this fall — and alarmingly, the biggest drops were at the most affordable and accessible schools in the state. The numbers concerned were published on Wednesday halfway through a semester like no other. While losses were widely anticipated in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, state …

Public colleges and universities brace for budget cuts as the pandemic-induced downturn threatens state coffers, a key source of school funding. And if the past is any indication, these funding cuts could have consequences for students, according to new research. At public four-year colleges, increases in state funding are associated with students taking less time …

SALT LAKE CITY — Enrollment at Utah’s public colleges and universities was down slightly from a year ago, but generally held steady amid a 2.5% national decline, according to some estimates. Total fall enrollment at Utah’s six universities and two colleges was 189,021, down two-tenths of a percentage point from fall 2019, when enrollment was …