The number of college presidents who have accepted the president’s position at their schools has grown by at least 30 in the past year, according to a new study by the Brookings Institution.
While there has been a spike in the number of presidents who accept the president-to-be position at the University of Michigan and University of Wisconsin, the trend is not universal.
Only two presidents — former Vice President Joe Biden and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice — have accepted this position.
The numbers reflect the increasing numbers of colleges and universities that are accepting the president as a student.
The new report found that only 21 of the nation’s top 50 institutions have accepted a presidential appointment.
The average is 18.
While the number may not seem like much, the new study found that presidents who were accepted by more than one institution have risen by more then 675,000 positions.
This is not to say that the number has been stagnant.
In fact, the number is up about 5 million positions since 2000.
But the rise in acceptance is also largely due to the fact that more colleges and institutions are taking the president position at an increasing pace.
There are more than 600 colleges and nearly 2,000 universities that have a president in the position, according the report.
In the past, the presidents of these schools were typically appointed by presidents of their states, the report found.
Today, presidents of the top 50 colleges and the top 20 universities are appointed by governors.
The report noted that colleges are becoming more accepting of the presidency as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
The president is now considered eligible for Medicaid under the law.
As a result, the Brookings report said that governors will be less inclined to appoint their own presidents.