Enrollment down 5% at Michigan college

After two years of rapid growth, enrollment may have peaked at Grand Rapids Community College. Five percent fewer students have enrolled, so far, at the Michigan college.

“We’ve been experiencing unprecedented growth during the last two years, and I think a part of that was people taking advantage of resources out there for retraining that are being scaled back,” (President Steven) Ender told trustees.

Many community colleges nationwide continue to report high demand for courses, but some are seeing enrollment stabilize or decline after years of growth.

 


POSTED BY Joanne Jacobs ON August 19, 2011

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