A quick study of the numbers tell us that youngsters are becoming more practical about their lives after college . . . But it's not all good news . . . The working class path to higher education is wearing thin as social mobility in the COVID era has suffered.
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Over the last five years enrollment has dropped by roughly 8.6% at four-year universities and 17.5% at community colleges.
Full-time student enrollment at Kansas technical colleges have increased by about 1% compared to 2020 and roughly 8.6% since 2016.
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OVERLAND PARK (WDAF) - As the pandemic continues, enrollment at Kansas colleges and universities continues to decline. According to fall census data provided by the Kansas Board of Regents, student enrollment at community colleges and state universities fell by about 1% compared to last year, while enrollment at technical colleges grew by the same margin.