Forbes – Colleges and universities across the nation begin the fall semester, still wondering how much the lingering coronavirus pandemic will affect enrollments, and haunted by reports of large numbers of students electing to defer matriculation for a year, filing lawsuits for tuition reductions, or deciding simply not to show up. Some projections suggest that as many as 20% of current and incoming students may not attend school this fall.

Now, struggling to maintain enrollments, several small colleges are trying a new pitch: enroll this year and get an additional semester or two for free later.

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