Enrollment is one of the first stages of the postsecondary student lifecycle. And it’s an important one. Enrollments are an indicator of future student outcomes and institutional success. For schools to best predict future trends and better meet growing student needs, they must have data. Enrollment data holds a lot of the answers – from shifting student demographics to new degree paths.

Higher Ed Growth’s SIMPLE solutions and technologies have captured millions of rows of enrollment data from higher education partners across the country. We’ve analyzed key data points and pulled the biggest trends from private universities, top trade schools and more. Here’s what we found.

Read our latest infographic for the 2017 Higher Ed enrollment trends. Click the infographic below to enlarge.

2017 Higher Ed enrollment trends

 

 

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