Blinn College is comparing apples to oranges in its August reports to the college’s Board of Trustees.

Many vice chancellors expressed to the board that it is hard to compare the fall 2020 date to fall 2019 data, and many numbers, such as enrollment, budget and housing have seen a downward trend.

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