Dorothy A. Brown, Vice Provost and Professor of Law at Emory University School of Law, shocked the academic world in March by predicting that within the next three years a top law school will close. And according to her interview with Business Insider, “Brown predicts that a law school in the top 50 or even top 20 of the US News & World report rankings may end up shutting down in the next three years because of declining enrollment.”

Although shocking, Brown’s prediction is just another reminder that enrollment challenges are occurring at institutions of all sizes, types and statures. We recently saw in the news that Sweet Briar College plans on closing its doors forever at the end of spring semester which caught many stude