The overall outlook for higher education in the United States is increasingly positive. Students who have gained admission are now more likely to enroll than they were roughly one year ago, but a degree of uncertainty persists around the value of online learning, support services available, and how institutions can continue to improve the recruiting experience.
To assist colleges and universities in their planning efforts for the upcoming academic year and beyond, Hanover Research conducted a nationwide survey of students who have been admitted to a college or university for fall 2021.
Download the National Admitted Student Survey report to get insights into:
- Changing perceptions of graduate and undergraduate programs
- Student preferences for online vs. in-person learning options
- Safety measures that matter for the student experience
- Value and importance of mental health services available
Download the report to understand admitted students’ plans for their higher education future.