College enrollment rates saw a huge decline following the onset of COVID-19, with the majority of colleges experiencing continued drops in student enrollment. Even before the pandemic, there was questioning around the validity of the traditional campus experience and developing ideas around the democratization of higher education. These have driven the development of an ethos that now asks: What is the value of a college degree?

High school students are increasingly presented with alternative education and career pathways. Additionally, a looming demographic cliff will see a sharp drop in high school graduates, further tightening enrollment numbers. Colleges, now, are on a dire search for a panacea to solve the challenges to student enrollment.

Join us and listen to our panel of college leaders discuss the factors contributing to student enrollment decline, and explore the opportunities that can help your programs and services compete.


Alex Kafka

Senior Editor
The Chronicle of Higher Education


Kim Bennett

Vice President for Enrollment Management
Trine University

Miles K. Davis

Linfield University

Ross Gittell

Bryant University

Andrew T. Hsu

College of Charleston


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