Giving Thanks: An Expression of Gratitude from the Clearinghouse
The National Student Clearinghouse expresses profound thanks to all those who contribute to our shared goal of supporting learners and the education community. Your commitment and collaboration make a significant impact on the educational landscape, helping learners succeed in their educational and career pursuits.
We are grateful to all those who play a pivotal role in our work, such as in these examples:
- More than 21,500 high schools and districts, including partners like Cristo Rey Network, use our StudentTracker service to gauge the college success of their graduates and improve the effectiveness of their college readiness programs. Additionally, high schools, districts and states are turning to the Clearinghouse to streamline diploma verifications, enabling them to save time and resources while helping their graduates qualify for jobs faster.
- Over 3,600 institutions benefit from our higher education services that help colleges and universities meet growing compliance, administrative, student access, accountability, and analytical needs. For instance, Maricopa Community Colleges leverages the Postsecondary Data Partnership to identify equity gaps within their student population so they can better serve these students. In another example, George Mason University is changing students’ lives through its use of our Reverse Transfer service.
- Educational organizations supporting academic institutions and learners, like Achieving the Dream, collaborate with the Clearinghouse to address critical issues affecting learners, such as college access and equity.
- The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center publishes reports on learner pathways, learner outcomes, and enrollment trends throughout the year. Its important work is made possible in part through the generous support received from funders, such as for the Some College, No Credential report.
- Our Research Center also regularly collaborates with other educational organizations on joint research efforts, like college closures and student outcomes with the State Higher Education Executive Officers Association.
Thank you for supporting the Clearinghouse!