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Clearinghouse Releases Student One-Year Mobility Data for All 50 States and DC

Clearinghouse Releases Student One-Year Mobility Data for All 50 States and DC

by NSC Blog | Apr 28, 2016 | Research Services, Snapshot Reports |

The National Student Clearinghouse® Research Center™ released last week the Postsecondary Student One-Year Mobility Snapshot Report for all 50 states and the District of Columbia regarding mobile students. The report provides downloadable state-level data, and charts addressing mobility by education sector, age, gender and other factors.

“While traditional student transfers occur between academic years, this report shows that students frequently move among institutions even within a single year,” stated Dr. Doug Shapiro, Executive Research Director of the Research Center. “In order for states and institutions to better support today’s non-traditional students, they need a better understanding of the types of transitions that students navigate, not just over the long term, but every single year.”

Multiple Institutions

Snapshot 21 - Multiple Schools Infographic

 

Crossing State Lines

Snapshot 21 - Crossing State Lines Infographic

The postsecondary student, one-year mobility rate is the percentage of students, across all levels of study, who enrolled in more than one institution within a single academic year, including summer and concurrent enrollments.

“In order for states and institutions to better support today’s non-traditional students, they need a better understanding of the types of transitions that students navigate, not just over the long term, but every single year.”


Dr. Doug Shapiro

Executive Research Director of the Research Center

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