The Almanac of Higher Education, 2022
We are in a new normal. The data journalism in this year’s Almanac points to that, with a focus on the initial effects of the pandemic turning to in-depth looks at student protests and the impact of inflation. But the tidal wave of the pandemic continues to affect higher education. The Chronicle’s 2022-23 Almanac provides an overview of where colleges and universities, faculty and staff members, and students are as we head into the new academic year.
While much of what the Almanac covers stays the same each year, which allows our readers to compare data year over year, we’re not opposed to a little change. Three new tables were added to the Finances section this year: a look at academic-library spending, revenue that colleges get from hospitals, and colleges’ net-income ratio across the sectors, a gauge of their profit or loss.
Date: August 19, 2022
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