Recognizing the urgency of COVID-19’s impact on students and institutions, the Research Center will explain how the pandemic is changing transfer pathways across higher education over the next two years.
Community Colleges, For-Profit and Rural Institutions, Black Undergraduates, Male Undergraduates Suffered Most from Online-Only 2020 Summer Sessions
The new research series, “Stay Informed with the Latest Enrollment Information,” will track the impact of COVID-19 on postsecondary enrollments, using the latest data available.
What can four-year and two-year institutions do to improve their retention rates? Review these five practical strategies for retention and postsecondary success.
New Research Center Reports to Help Institutions Navigate Enrollment Issues During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Throughout the 2020-21 academic year, the Research Center will provide monthly updates to the Spring 2020 Current Term Enrollment Estimates to help institutions have more current data.
The Persistence and Retention report series examines first-year persistence and retention rates for beginning postsecondary students. 76% of first-time freshmen in fall 2018 returned to college for their second year.
More than 36 million Americans hold some postsecondary education but have not completed and are no longer enrolled. Institutions across the country are taking note and are successfully reengaging learners with “some college, no degree.”
The new report, A COVID-19 Supplement to Spring 2020 Current Term Enrollment Estimates, serves as a first look at the effects of COVID-19 on postsecondary enrollments, compared to spring 2018 and spring 2019, as the baselines.
The Spring 2020 Current Term Enrollment Estimates report provides enrollment declines and increases for each state and the District of Columbia from 2018 to 2020.
More Than 50 Percent of Students Beginning College Part Time in 2013 Left College Without Earning a Credential Six Years Later, According to New Research Report
More than 50 percent of part-time students in the fall 2013 cohort left college without earning a credential, according to our new research report.
Discover how the Research Center’s data may help clarify how postsecondary pathways transpire during a recession.