Generally speaking, enrollment in community college increases when there is a recession and jobs are scarce. When the economy improves and there are more job opportunities, enrollment usually dips somewhat.
Enrollment is down slightly, 2 percent, at East Central College this semester. There still are more than 4,000 students enrolled. The college had 4,127 last August. Enrollment has dropped to 4,043.
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