When academic administrators get together, almost every conversation turns to the trendlines of decreased enrollments and declining revenue.
Reviewing recent survey data, it seems unlikely that the trendlines will change. About 84 percent of Americans say that tuition costs are too high. Meanwhile, 65 percent of students say that college does not give them the skills they need to succeed later in life. Only 25 percent of Gen Z high school students believe that a four-year college is the only path to getting a good job.