Our latest “Persistence and Retention” report shows that 76 percent of the 2.4 million students who started college in fall 2021 returned for their second year. This persistence rate marks a one-year increase of 0.9 percentage points and a return to pre-pandemic levels.
The National Student Clearinghouse has launched the DEI Data Lab, a diversity, equity, and inclusion online initiative that will more widely share the Research Center’s nation-leading data and more.
The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center’s Executive Director Doug Shapiro discusses his top takeaways from 2022 and what’s to come in 2023.
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.
The Clearinghouse is ready to provide institutions the latest data via the Postsecondary Data Partnership and more to help students succeed.
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.
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.
More than 39 million Americans have some college, but no credential, according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. Education leaders provided insight during a webinar on students re-enrolling and finishing their degree.
Review the National Student Clearinghouse’s top five most-read 2021 blogs.