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Medium-Sized Campuses Face Down Major Worries

One tool that will help mid-sized schools stay solvent is spend visibility.

According to the latest reporting from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, some 727,000 students have dropped out of higher education, the largest decline since 2011, when the Research Center first began publishing its enrollment data. Much of the burden in particular has fallen on mid-sized schools, those enrolling between 2,500 and 15,000 students.

Whether they’re private liberal arts institutions, public state universities or community colleges, these institutions are expected to do everything that large institutions do, but without comparable levels of staffing or funding.

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