How COVID-19 has impacted the admission rates of higher education in the Midwest of the United States?
The purpose of this study is to investigate how COVID-19 has impacted the admission rates of higher education in the Midwest of the United States. The study will be conducted under a qualitative methodology using a case study design. The study will explain how institutions have been affected by COVID-19 regarding students' retention rate, admission rate, revenues, funds, and personal challenges. The pandemic has been presented for more than a year now, and yet, there is no sign of ending. It has a put up a lot of challenges for higher education institutions. The COVID-19 is causing the universities to cut down the courses because of fewer admission rates, restricted services, and operations, causing financial losses. Most of the institutions are worried about the requirement of the addition of faculty and cutting down the staff because of the fewer fundings. The collection of data will be completed by performing a semi-structured interview of the Case study framework. There will be ten participants (sample size of 10) participating in this study. It will include administrative assistants and faculty from a university in southeast Kansas because it has a student population of four Midwest states. A questionnaire of ten questions will be given to each participant to provide the required information. The questionnaire involves a mixture of questions, related to the admission rate, funds, and personal challenges faced during the pandemic period.
Duhan, Neeraj, "How COVID-19 has impacted the admission rates of higher education in the Midwest of the United States?" (2021). Video Presentations. 35.