Student Transfer Decreased Sharply During the Pandemic, Potentially Causing a Lasting Impact on Postsecondary Attainment
Fall 2020 Undergraduate Enrollment Down 4.4%; Graduate Enrollment Up 2.9%
Fall 2020 Undergraduate Enrollment Down 4% Compared to Same Time Last Year
Undergraduate Enrollment Down 2.5% and Graduate Students Up 3.9%, Compared to Sept. 2019
CLEARINGHOUSE PRESS RELEASES
National Student Clearinghouse and the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center Announce New Board Members
HERNDON, VA (July 20, 2021) – The National Student Clearinghouse and the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center announced today new members to each of their respective Board of Directors. In addition, Dr. Anne Bryant, Executive Director Emerita, National...
Of 2.6 Million First-Time Freshmen, 74% Returned for Their Second Year HERNDON, VA – (July 8, 2021) – The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center reported today that of the 2.6 million students who entered college as first-time freshmen in fall 2019, 74 percent...
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- How 14 private colleges are planning to improve community college transfer
- Colorado Colleges Wonder: How Do We Get Students To Come Back?
- First-time college freshmen are dropping out, researchers find
- Student Persistence Fell During Pandemic
- Counting on community college transfers to shape the next generation of Va. talent
- Trends are Encouraging for Women in STEM
- Some Two-Year Colleges Reporting Summer Enrollment Increases
- Undergraduate Enrollment is Down, But Trends are Encouraging for Women in STEM
- 6 charts showing the state of college enrollment in spring 2021
LATEST RESEARCH REPORT
Persistence & Retention
The report is designed to help institutions understand first-year college persistence and retention patterns and identify disparities between different students, institutions, or states in this important early success indicator.
The Some College, No Degree report series seeks to understand the educational trajectories of millions of Americans who left postsecondary education without receiving a degree or certificate.
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