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May 10, 2017

Sixty percent of community college presidents say their enrollments have dropped in the past three years and more than one in five presidents say enrollment is down by 10 percent of more.

That’s according to a new survey conducted by Gallup and Inside Higher Ed and based on responses from more than 230 leaders of two-year colleges.

While most presidents say their institutions have seen decreases in enrollment, 18 percent are reporting an increase.

Many community college leaders say they’re focused on recruiting and retaining students by adding new programs and making it easier to transfer credit to four-year colleges.

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