Undergraduate enrollment is down, but motivated students are finding a way to advance their education with rigorous exams and AP courses.

No, it’s not “the end of the university”


Undergraduate enrollment is down, but motivated students are finding a way to advance their education with rigorous courses and exams


According to data from National Student Clearinghouse, undergraduate enrollment declined by nearly 3 percent this spring, following a similar drop last fall. These statistics have inspired dire headlines such as “Higher Ed in Crisis” and even “The End of the University,” but the truth is more nuanced. While college admissions may be down at most universities overall, graduate school enrollments

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