The Clearinghouse is helping the NC State Board of Education pursue its goal of 2 million North Carolinians having a credential or postsecondary degree by 2030.
Progress in the national college completion rate stalls, according to the latest Completing College report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. The latest completion rate of 62.3% is essentially unchanged from last year’s rate of 62.2%. This follows a 1.2 percentage point improvement over the year earlier.
Discover what Roberta Hyland, the Clearinghouse’s chief data officer, says about using data to drive meaningful, impactful change for colleges and universities across the country.
“A Dream Derailed? Investigating the Impacts of College Closure on Student Outcomes” is the first in a series of a joint research endeavors to quantify the impacts of college closure on students’ subsequent postsecondary enrollment and completion.
Learn about the Clearinghouse’s work to address the education revolution supporting evolving pathways and institutional data needs beyond traditional measures.
myFootpath and Clearinghouse to Reengage More than 39 Million Students with Some College, No Credential
To help bring more than 39 million students back to college and help them earn a credential, the National Student Clearinghouse and myFootpath are partnering to bring the Clearinghouse’s StudentTracker Premium Service to colleges and universities, at no charge to the institution, to provide secure, dedicated access to university datasets.
Lori Lindenberg, District Director of Enterprise Analytics and Strategy, and Meredith Warner, District Director, Student Success at Maricopa Community Colleges, explain how they use PDP data to inform their decisions around college enrollment, completion, retention rates and more.
Postsecondary Data Partnership Insights Reports shows that the average full-time student does not attempt enough credits to complete a bachelor’s degree or earn enough credits to complete a bachelor’s degree within five years.
Identifying Challenges and Potential Solutions to Keep Students on Track to Enroll and Graduate During COVID-19
The Institute for College Access and Success discovered common challenges and potential solutions to keep students on track to enroll and graduate from college.
In the fall 2015 beginning postsecondary student cohort, enrolling part time was a significant disadvantage for retention, persistence, and degree attainment.