Doug Shapiro, Ph.D., Executive Director of the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, discusses the state of higher education amid the pandemic, specifically the effect of the pandemic on college access for students, and the future of the higher education in 2021 and beyond.
Discover the postsecondary enrollment, transfer, mobility, and progress data that will quantify the impact of COVID-19 on higher education in the United States.
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.
Of the 3.5 million students enrolling in college for the first time in fall 2017, 74 percent or 2.6 million students persisted as of fall 2018, by continuing enrollment or attaining a credential at any higher education institution. This persistence rate has barely changed in recent years.
Research Center Snapshot Report Showcases Yearly Success and Progress Rates for Fall 2012 Freshman Class
This snapshot goes beyond traditional measures of postsecondary attainment by tracking the fall 2012 entering cohort over time, and showing persistence, stop-out, and completion rates at the end of each subsequent academic year.
StudentTracker Premium Service adds a robust suite of research tools to your standard StudentTracker for Colleges & Universities subscription.
First-year persistence and retention report featuring race and ethnicity reveals large gaps among students who started college in fall 2016.
First Community College to Graduate and Professional Degrees Snapshot Report released.
Research Center Releases First Community College to Graduate and Professional Degrees Snapshot Report
National Student Clearinghouse® Research Center™ released the Community College to Graduate and Professional Degrees Snapshot Report.
New Research: National and State Data on Certificates & Associate Degrees Leading to a Higher Degree
These numbers show the importance of associate degrees and certificates as access pathways leading to further degrees