Contents NAFSA: ASSOCIATION OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS | INTERNATIONAL EDUCATOR | VOL. 27/NO. 4 | JUL+AUG.18 FEATURES 24 Something Old, Something New Part 2: To curb the effects of lower enrollments, colleges and universities need new, innovative strategies to keep international students coming. 18 A Shock to the System Part 1: International student enrollments have been on the decline for several years at institutions across the United States. While there are multiple contributing factors to this downward trend, the long-term effects have significant implications for higher education. 38 Weathering the Storm 32 Building on Strengths From pioneering dual-degree programs to establishing additional campuses abroad, U.S. institutions are forging creative partnerships that benefit both domestic and international students. 4 INTERNATIONAL EDUCATOR J U L + AU G . 2018 Intensive English programs have been hit particularly hard in recent years. To counter the impact, programs across the country are reassessing their paths forward in a changing landscape.