May 7, 2020 |

Tags: college enrollment, coronavirus, enrollment deposits, higher education crisis

The coronavirus enrollment crash: Five admissions leaders on the pandemic’s impact and what can be done about it

Chronicle of Higher Education

Last fall, Bill Conley, vice president for enrollment management at Bucknell University, wrote in The Chronicle Review of a “new structural reality” in higher education. Enrollment-deposit spigots were running dry across the country, and alarms were going off in admissions offices. In a forum responding to his essay, enrollment managers spoke of “crisis,” “complacency,” and “unprecedented uncertainty.”

Then the coronavirus struck…

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