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Ohio broadens $2,000 grant seeking to reenroll stopped-out students

April 27, 2022

Colleges across the country seek to reenroll stopped-out students, often to try to meet expected workforce demands and state goals for the number of residents with postsecondary credentials.

Before the coronavirus pandemic, college leaders also hoped bringing back stopped-out students could help compensate for expected traditional-age student enrollment declines driven by low birth rates in the wake of the Great Recession. Reenrollment took on even more importance after the pandemic upended college-going patterns, hammering community colleges in particular.

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