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Watch a Clearinghouse Researcher Discuss the Significance of the New College Graduates Report

by NSC BlogOct 21, 2015New College Graduates Report, Research Reports, Research Services

In 2013-14, the number of new college graduates produced in the U.S. — students earning their first postsecondary credential — fell for a second straight year, while the number of students stacking undergraduate credentials continued a post-recession increase.

In 2013-14, the number of new college graduates produced in the U.S. fell for a second straight year, while the number of students stacking undergraduate credentials continued a post-recession increase.

Watch the video of Jason DeWitt, research manager, National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, as he addresses how many people are graduating annually and the following questions:

  • Why is the New College Graduates Report important?
  • Should the nation be concerned about a decrease in new college graduates?
  • Why was there a decline in the number of older, new college graduates?
  • Why are more students stacking credentials?

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