Recession Reshaped College Enrollment, but the Sky Didn't Fall

As the recession's grip tightened during the summer of 2008, dire predictions swirled on campuses everywhere. Enrollment chiefs huddled with presidents and trustees, bracing for an era of heightened uncertainty. They worried that the number of applicants would dwindle and the number of dropouts would surge. Recession Reshaped College Enrollment, but the Sky Didn't Fall