Spring tuition for college students This year was reduced by almost 5 percent over last year, according to the National Research Center of the Clearinghouse Center. That is approximately 10 times the experienced decrease in spring 2019 to spring 2020. Community colleges were the most affected, losing more than 9 percent of their students.

Registration data for summer have not been collected and released, since some institutions are still taking registrations for their last-minute classes. But anecdotal evidence suggests a mixed image. While some institutions are seeing a wave of summer enrollment, others are seeing numbers comparable in recent years or a dive.

In Grand Rapids Community College in Michigan, for example, summer inscription is almost 9 percent since last year. Session and 3.7 percent as of 2019, said a spokesman for the university. The term does not start until June 29, leaving space for some additional records.

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    " As our area recovers From the pandemic, students are looking for new skills to change or overtake their careers. We have worked hard to make sure that a GRCC education is accessible and affordable to help people go ahead, "said the university in a launch. Students can also take advantage of expanded financial aid programs, such as Michigan's future for the FrontLess program, which offers free enrollment for people who worked in essential industries during the pandemic.

    In Montcalm Community College, also in Michigan, summer registration is almost 30 percent compared to last year and 15 percent compared to 2019, said Stacy Young, University President . Young credits the growth to an intentional concerted effort by the University. An enrollment working group, an association with a consulting agency and a Z generation approach all helped make a reality, she said. In January 2020, the Rural School had been decreasing in registration for 10 years.

    Laredo College, in Texas, saw a bath in the summer inscription of 2019 to 2020, but reported that the numbers are backed up this year. Summer 2021 shows a jump of 20 percent at the registration by 2020.

    The Southern School has seen a tremendous jump in the summer inscription this year, with the head has 43 percent regarding Last year and almost 41 Tianjinjobs.com/view-blog/922" target="_BLANK">percent since 2019.

    "I've been here for 27 years, and we have a new president last year. During the previous 26 years, at least, when I was here, summer It has really been treated as an opportunity for students who are welcome to take, but we really do not spend much time trying to promote why taking summer courses would be a good idea, "said Chris Bragg, Dean of institutional effectiveness in southern Idaho . googleg.cmd.push (function () googleg.display ("dfp-ad-article_in_article");); Do you want to announce? Click here

    officials at the university said the administration was intentional about summer this year and actively looked for students. They opened the early enrollment, visited dozens of high schools in the state and sent all students who enrolled an answer on how many credits could have paid with federal funding from the university.

    The university is also seeing a leap in new students. In recent years, after subtracting double-credit students who are in high school, only 12 percent of summer enrollrs were new to the institution. Now, that number has reached approximately 25 percent. About two-thirds of these new students are also enrolled in autumn, up to approximately 45 percent in recent years. All this could mean greater enrollment in general for a place like southern Idaho.

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