Only 60,000 students out of more than 1 million who started postsecondary education at a two-year institution transferred after receiving a certificate or an associate’s degree, and more than 350,000 community college students transferred to another institution without a degree, according to a new report released today by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
New Jersey Institute of Technology and National Student Clearinghouse reverse transfer initiative will help thousands of students earn associate degrees.
The National Student Clearinghouse announced today that V. Shelby Stanfield, the former Vice Provost and Registrar at The University of Texas at Austin, has joined the organization as its Director of Service Innovation Networks, in the Education Outreach and Products Division.
In response to student demand for a simplified college transcript and admissions’ process, the National Student Clearinghouse and Liaison International announced today that they will work together to help students submit electronic transcripts to colleges and universities throughout the United States.
Undergraduate enrollments fell by over 275,000 students, a decline of 1.8 percent, to 15.3 million, Spring 2018 Current Term Enrollment Estimates from the National Student Clearinghouse® Research Center™.
The National Student Clearinghouse® and Paradigm, Inc. of Virginia Beach, Va., announced today a strategic alliance to provide students the CeDiploma® — a digitally signed electronic diploma, which is validated at the domains of universities and colleges.
Overall undergraduate enrollments fell by nearly 224,000 students this fall, according to the Fall 2017 Current Term Enrollment Estimates report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
The National Student Clearinghouse announced today NSC SecurePrint, the only print fulfillment service using a FISMA-certified and SOC 2-compliant high security facility to process, print, and mail transcripts for colleges and universities.
Nearly one in five graduates from high-poverty, high schools graduated college within six years of finishing high school, and one in four students from low-income schools completed a college degree within six years of their high school graduation, according to the 2017 High School Benchmarks Report: National College Progression Rates.