- Foreign student enrollment in American colleges declined an average 7% for the 2016-2017 school year.
- Higher education experts worried a "Trump effect" would cause a decline in foreign enrollment.
- Many foreign families ask if everyone in America own a gun.
Foreign student enrollment at American colleges is down, The New York Times reported.
A survey of nearly 500 campuses showed a decline of 7% in newly arriving foreign students, according to The Times, which referenced data from the
Yet it's too early to determine that there has been a "Trump effect" on enrollment, pAlan Goodman, told the Washington Post.