Undergraduate credential earners declined for the first time in a decade, according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
Fall 2021 immediate college enrollment rates for 2021 high school graduates in approximately 8,700 high schools nationwide declined by 0.9 to 2.2 percentage points, depending on high school income and minority-level characteristics.
In recognition of National Higher Education Day, June 6th, the National Student Clearinghouse is proud to honor the staff, faculty, and students who show their commitment to learning every day.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 944,000 students aged 18 to 64 with some college, no credential re-enrolled during the 2020-21 academic year.
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.
Colleges and universities that deployed success coaches were able to contact 27,000 former students and help 3,000 of them ultimately register for courses — with 73% of those students coming from underserved or underrepresented backgrounds.
It’s important for high schools to know the research data for their own graduation rates and student performance. The Clearinghouse’s StudentTracker for High Schools can help administrators.
The COVID-19: Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Academic Year 2021 Report, the sixth in the series, reflects the pandemic’s full-blown impact on postsecondary students.
The High School Benchmarks report features a special analysis of gap year enrollment for 2020 high school graduates who waited until fall 2021 to enroll in college.
This report is the first comprehensive report to assess the effects of the pandemic on student transfer during the entire academic year, in which 2.1 million undergraduate students transferred to a college other than their last enrolled institution between July 2020 and June 2021.