https://www.wsj.com/articles/college-university-fall-higher-education-men-women-enrollment-admissions-back-to-school-11630948233 At some schools, the disparity can be as much as 60:40. Of course, looking at only men and women (trans and non-binary people aside), there must be one gender that has more attendance. When I did my Social Service Worker diploma, the program was 90% women. Didn't help my dating prospects, unfortunately. There was no focus on getting more men into the program, and a mythical male advantage - that nonprofits would jump at the chance to hire the few of us men in the program to work with male clients who often lacked male workers - did not materialize. One part of the article I rolled my eyes at was this: I really can't imagine a mass of 18 year olds choosing to play video games instead of going to college, but that seems like a convenient cover for whatever issues they're actually facing - whether that's academic unpreparedness, no role models for how to be successful in college, etc. They also note later in the article that men make up the majority of leadership positions on college campuses - however those individuals also graduated 20-40 years ago - before women started overtaking male students. They briefly discuss men's centers at the end. A few schools in Canada have tried to launch them and faced accusations that the mere existence of one was anti-feminist.