Undergraduate credential earners declined for the first time in a decade, according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
Transfer enrollment from two-year colleges to four-year institutions, called upward transfer, fell nearly 8% in fall 2022 compared to the previous year, while reverse and lateral transfer began to rise, according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
The latest COVID-19 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Report is scheduled to be published soon. The research helps to better understand the impact on transfers.
Discover insights from higher education experts about improving the transfer process and providing students meaningful support.
The Persistence and Retention report series examines first-year persistence and retention rates for first-time college students. This annual report helps institutions understand trends and disparities in this important early success indicator.
Watch for the upcoming COVID-19 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Report, which will be released on Tuesday, May 3, and the Some College, No Credential report will be shared on Tuesday, May 10.
Our final look at fall 2021 enrollment shows undergraduates continuing to sit out in droves as colleges navigate yet another year of COVID-19.
Students who started college six years ago have been completing degrees and certificates at higher rates than in recent years. This is the third consecutive year where national completion rates were higher than 60%.
COVID-19’s impact on colleges and universities nationwide is solidifying, according to research by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
For this spring, COVID-19 accelerated the decline in transfer particularly for White and Black students, male students, and traditional college-age students.