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Intelligent.com Survey Finds 36 Percent of College Students Might Drop Out of School by the Fall Semester

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The current job market and academic uncertainty are leading reasons for the possible decline in enrollment among American undergraduate students

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Ridgewood NJ,  Intelligent.com, a trusted resource for online degree rankings and higher education planning, has published a survey report that examines expected college re-enrollment rates for fall 2022. The study highlights several factors influencing how many students will return to school or drop out for the new semester. Research experts surveyed 1,250 current undergraduate students expected to graduate in 2023 or after.

According to the report, 17 percent of students say they will not enroll in school, and 19 percent are unsure about their education plans for fall 2022. Students who started college in 2018 or earlier are most likely to drop out, with 22 percent of these students saying they don’t plan on returning in the fall. By comparison, only 12 percent of current freshmen don’t anticipate re-enrolling for the fall 2022 term. Continue reading Intelligent.com Survey Finds 36 Percent of College Students Might Drop Out of School by the Fall Semester

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