Recognizing the urgency of COVID-19’s impact on students and institutions, the Research Center will explain how the pandemic is changing transfer pathways across higher education over the next two years.
What can four-year and two-year institutions do to improve their retention rates? Review these five practical strategies for retention and postsecondary success.
New Research Center Reports to Help Institutions Navigate Enrollment Issues During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Throughout the 2020-21 academic year, the Research Center will provide monthly updates to the Spring 2020 Current Term Enrollment Estimates to help institutions have more current data.
The Persistence and Retention report series examines first-year persistence and retention rates for beginning postsecondary students. 76% of first-time freshmen in fall 2018 returned to college for their second year.
Don’t miss the highlights from the panel discussion regarding the recent release of our National Student Clearinghouse Research Center’s 2019 Some College, No Degree report.
The EAB-Clearinghouse partnership promises a wide range of compelling applications for Clearinghouse data.
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.
Spring 2019 Current Term Enrollment Estimates Report Lists Top Undergraduate Majors Gaining Enrollment and Most Popular Majors
For spring 2019, here are the top undergraduate majors gaining enrollment at four-year and two-year institutions.
In spring 2019, overall postsecondary enrollments decreased 1.7 percent or nearly 300,000 students from the previous spring.
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.