June 14-16, 2023 | Boston, MA Special Keynote Session: José Andrés For about a decade now, we’ve seen a slow drip of companies removing bachelor’s degree requirements for varying jobs. There was Accenture in 2016, Bank of America in 2018, IBM in 2020, and many more in...
Traditional Student Demand Archive
Have We Cracked the Case of Missing Graduate Students? A Non-degree Market Boom
Activity is plentiful—new non-degree programs are launched on Coursera and edX seemingly every week—but good data is hard to find, making it tough for schools to size up the non-degree graduate opportunity.
Why Timing and Message Matter in Your Transfer Recruitment
In fall 2022, first-year enrollment at community colleges increased by 6.1% over the previous year according to the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC). This marks the first increase in a longstanding annual decline.
How Fast is the Dual Enrollment Market Growing?
The pre-college market has been in the news lately. The National Student Clearinghouse reported that community college enrollment has finally picked up this spring, fueled in part by dual enrollment high schoolers.
Graduate Enrollment: Is the Party Over?
Over the past few years, Eduventures has pointed to several developing tensions in the graduate market, including a falling graduate enrollment rate and a program supply far outpacing demand.
Parents Want to Know, What Does Test Optional Really Mean?
In the current enrollment cycle, more than 1,800 four-year colleges and universities are test-optional or test-blind according to The National Center for Fair and Open Testing. Broadly sparked by pandemic necessity, most institutions have extended their testing policies beyond the pandemic, often signaling a wish to remove barriers of access to higher education.