Tag: Transfer Students
Bad advice leads some community college students to take on too many gen-ed credits that don’t count towards their bachelor’s degree, study finds.
Last week, the National Association of College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) announced that it has asked its members to vote to eliminate three provisions of its Code of Ethics and Professional Practices (CEPP) in response to a Department of Justice investigation. Since the announcement, we’ve received many member questions about the potential impact of these changes […]
Compare transfer efforts to peer schools and identify areas for investment and growth with our benchmarking data, collected from the enrollment divisions at flagship and more selective institutions.
See the major findings from our Transfer Benchmarking Survey to compare transfer student recruitment efforts to peers and identify areas for investment and growth.
A quirk in the reporting system means that neither President Obama nor President Trump were counted as successful graduates of their respective alma maters.
Only 14% of community college transfer students earn a bachelor’s degree within six years. Here’s how colleges are boosting their outcomes.
One reason for low transfer student retention rates? Nationwide, they lose nearly half of the credits they attempt to bring to their new institution.
Transfer students lose nearly half of the credits they attempt to bring to their new institution—and that’s just one of the many barriers they face. Here’s what one partnership is doing about it.
‘They’re bringing perspectives out of their experience that would otherwise be lacking here,’ says Princeton University’s Keith Shaw.
As graduation season approaches, the excitement can overshadow a harsh reality: The students we’re celebrating only make up about 41% of bachelor’s degree students who entered college four years ago.