There was a marked decline in the first-year persistence rate in fall 2020 after remaining stable for the past four years. The overall persistence rate dropped two percentage points to 73.9 percent for fall 2019 beginning college students, its lowest level since 2012.
COVID-19’s impact on colleges and universities nationwide is solidifying, according to research by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
Review the Spring 2021 Current Term Enrollment Estimates Report, which provides national enrollment estimates by institutional sector, enrollment intensity, age group, gender, major field as well as state-level enrollment estimates.
Pepe Carreras, Vice President of Education Solutions, discusses that social equity and transforming student lives have been at the heart and soul of higher education since its inception. The Clearinghouse is working to provide leaders with data that can help them pinpoint and address these issues and more.
The pandemic continues to challenge higher education’s enrollment goals. To help institutions, the Research Center will release the following three research reports in June.
The latest Yearly Success and Progress Rates report helps institutions and states better identify and inform effective intervention points to increase student success.
There is no doubt that COVID-19 remains a critical concern in 2020 and beyond for campuses across the country. Projecting beyond pandemic challenges, here are three trends that CIOs need to know.
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.
More Than 50 Percent of Students Beginning College Part Time in 2013 Left College Without Earning a Credential Six Years Later, According to New Research Report
More than 50 percent of part-time students in the fall 2013 cohort left college without earning a credential, according to our new research report.
Discover how the Research Center’s data may help clarify how postsecondary pathways transpire during a recession.