Can colleges boost male enrollment?
The gender gap in college enrollment has been growing for decades and has broad implications for colleges and beyond: a loss of enrollment revenue, less viewpoint diversity on campus, and fewer men in jobs that require some college education. Some academics want to make clear that just because women outnumber men in college it doesn’t mean that gender-equity issues no longer remain.
This collection of Chronicle articles features news stories, analysis, advice, and opinion essays, including several articles that sounded a warning years ago. It also looks at how some colleges are trying to draw more men of all backgrounds — and help them succeed once they get there.
Section 1: Why Don't Men Go to College?
Section 2: How Can Colleges Draw More Men?
Section 3: Deconstructing the Gender Gap
Date: December 2021
Digital file size: 4.19 MB
Learn more about digital licensing options and request a quote. For group purchases of less than 100 users, please refer to our bulk pricing.