We know that the summer months can be some of the most hectic for higher ed professionals. On the other hand, for students, this time of year usually means a break from the stresses of school.
And this can be a problem.
Some students are fortunate enough to have most of the steps required to enroll in college finished before graduating from high school. Other students haven’t even begun the process of enrolling in college by the time they walk across the stage. Unfortunately, during the summer months, a strange phenomenon strikes even the most college-intending students. Summer Melt occurs when students who fully intend to enroll in college don’t even make it on campus.
You can check out the infographic below for an overview of summer melt and the solutions higher education institutions can take to combat it.
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