Survey: College-admissions directors challenged to meet enrollment goals

09/19/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

A majority of college-admissions directors -- nearly 60% -- said they had not met their enrollment goals for fall by May 1, according to a new survey by Inside Higher Education. The survey found two-thirds of community colleges had not met their enrollment by that time, while 59% of private bachelor's institutions, and 77% of public master's or bachelor's institutions had also missed their goals. About 46% of admissions directors reported being "very concerned" about reaching their enrollment goals, while 30% said they were "moderately concerned."

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