Are universities doomed?

Article here. Excerpt:

'Nationwide undergraduate enrollment has dropped by more than 650,000 students in a single year - or over 4 percent alone from spring 2021 to 2022, and some 14% in the last decade. Yet the U.S. population still increases by about 2 million people a year.

Men account for about 71% of the current shortfall of students. Women number almost 60% of all college students - an all-time high.

Monotonous professors hector students about "toxic masculinity," as "gender" studies proliferate. If the plan was to drive males off campus, universities have succeeded beyond their wildest expectations.

Stanford's published 2025 class profile claims a student body of "23% white." Fewer than half of the class is male. Stanford mysteriously does not release the numbers of those successfully admitted without SAT tests - but recently conceded it rejects about 70% of those with perfect SAT scores.'

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My take is yes, so long as they do not change how they are doing things. Unis need to get out of the business of providing "the college experience" and instead providing real value for the money.

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