For many students pursuing higher education and earning a bachelor’s degree isn’t always a linear pathway. Their journey illustrates a growing trend explored in the Research Center’s Snapshot 26 Report, which sheds light on the role of community colleges in postsecondary success.
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Dr. Afet Dundar, Director of the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, and AACRAO, hosted a webinar on Tuesday, Dec. 13, to explore college pathways of students who completed an associate or bachelor’s degree in 2014-15, regardless of how long it took them to finish.
The New Reality for College Students: Earning a Bachelor’s Degree Takes 5 to 6 Years and Students Attend Multiple Institutions
Today’s college student earns his or her bachelor’s degree in five to six years, according to a new nationwide report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
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).
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18.3 Million Students Enrolled in Spring 2016; Down 1.3 Percent from Last Spring, According to Spring Current Term Enrollment Estimates
According to the Spring Current Term Enrollment Estimates from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, more than 18.3 million students enrolled in spring 2016, down 1.3 percent compared to spring 2015.
Overall College Persistence Rate Improves for Third Straight Year, According to New Clearinghouse Persistence-Retention Snapshot Report
The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center released today the Postsecondary Persistence-Retention Snapshot Report showing that of all students who started college in fall 2014, 72.1 percent persisted at any U.S. institution in fall 2015, while 60.6 percent were retained at their starting institution.