College enrollment: foreign students down, and Hispanics up

Foreign college enrollment rose from 150,000 in 1975, took off in the 2000s, peaked in 2017/18 at over one million, and has since declined. Analyses don’t take into account that globally college study in most countries has surged in the past two decades.

During the 2010s, Hispanic college enrollment went from 16% to 22% of total college enrollment.  This trend is in line with the social and economic advancement of Hispanics, which I have chronicled here and here.

From Higher Education Today


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