Maybe [admissions officers] should be going into middle schools and start talking to fifth-graders about the benefits of college education. Men who do enroll in college, at whatever age, are more likely than women to drop out, and they graduate at lower rates, the Education Department reports. Reeling from a years-long decline in overall enrollment, colleges and universities nationwide are vying for all the students they can get, and suddenly paying new attention to bolstering the number of men who apply. But something clicked in me that was that I have to get things together now if I want to become something in the future. Is there going to be a job two years from now when I walk across the commencement stage? We want to hear what you think about this article. This fall, women will comprise more than 56 percent of students on campuses nationwide, according to the U.
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