The sixth annual report on national college completion rates offers a look at the six-year outcomes for students who began postsecondary education in fall 2011.
There’s room for much improvement with the student transfer experience. Data from the Research Center provides insight to support the changes that need to be made.
“Tracking Transfer: New Measures in Helping Community College Students to Complete Bachelor’s Degrees” released.
Michelle Blackwell, National Manager of Reverse Transfer for the National Student Clearinghouse, will discuss reverse transfer policies, best practices and challenges at National Forum on Education Policy.
Undergraduate Enrollments Down 300,000 for Spring 2017; Graduate and Professional Enrollments Up 27,000
Declines led by adult learners enrolled in four-year, for-profit institution or a two-year public college.
Thanks to the Lumina Foundation, AACRAO, 800 postsecondary institutions and others in the education community working with us, we now publish outcomes by race and ethnicity.
Higher Education and Policymakers: Traditional Timeframes and Pathways Don’t Work for Every College Student
The Research Center released a new nationwide report, which analyzed the college pathways of more than 2 million students, demonstrating that college students now earn their bachelor’s degree in five to six years.
The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center was honored to receive the 2016 Lynn Ladner Institutional Research award from Southeastern Association of Community College Research (SACCR).
Student Mobility Webinar: Understanding Student Mobility Patterns to Help You Find, and Keep, the Students You Want
Throughout this free webinar, sponsored by AACRAO, Dr. Shapiro provides the latest patterns of student mobility and transfer, as revealed in a recent report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
Declines in graduation were seen not only in the overall national completion rate, but also every institution type and all student subgroups.