New data from National Student Clearinghouse shows that while overall undergraduate enrollment grew between fall 2022 and fall 2023, freshman enrollment declined by 3.6%. Beneath these figures, certain majors are experiencing declines while others are growing.
According to the most recent CHLOE Report, an overwhelming 94% of chief online officers are either aligning strategy and resources to meet rising online demand or see online demand increasing in the future.
Data on the price of consumer goods and services reveals a staggering 160% surge in college tuition and fees from 2000 to 2022, second only to hospital services.
According to Gallup, more than half of U.S. employees with remote-capable jobs now have a hybrid work situation, and fully remote work is more common than on-site for these jobs.
From viral pranks to heart-melting confessions, it has become hard to avoid TikTok—and Gen Z’s obsession with the social media platform. But an outcry over data and privacy concerns has both government and higher education institutions thinking twice.
Coming out of the pandemic, Eduventures has seen increased interest in non-degree programming—among adult prospects and institutions alike. Many institutions, especially those seeing adult learner enrollment decline, are scrambling to jump into this growing market.