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Study: 2 in 5 Associate Degrees Lead to a Bachelor’s Degree

Inside Higher Ed, June 17, 2015
The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center released a new study today that shows more than 60 percent of students who earned an associate degree when they were 20 years old or younger went on to earn a bachelor’s within six years… Read More >

Why Fewer Students are Going to College

MarketWatch, May 30, 2015
It looks like going into debt for extra degrees is out and working for a paycheck is in. Fewer students are attending college, thanks largely to a growing economy.The number of… Read More >

More Millennials Opting Out of College

Consumer Affairs, May 18, 2015
The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center (NSCRC) has issued a report that highlights what could be a very interesting trend. College enrollments are declining because… Read More >

New Mexico Campuses Seeing Drop in Student Enrollment

The Washington Times, May 17, 2015
College campuses across New Mexico had the sharpest decline in enrollment compared with other states in the past year, a new study said this week. The National Student Clearinghouse… Read More >

NM Higher Education Enrollment Down

Albuquerque Journal, May 17, 2015
New Mexico’s colleges and universities saw – by far – the steepest enrollment drop in the nation over the past year. From spring semester 2014 to the spring of 2015, enrollment in New… Read More >

Why is College Enrollment Declining?

CBS News, May 15, 2015
An improving U.S. labor market is luring millenials away from the classroom and back into the workforce. College enrollment in the spring semester fell nearly 2 percent from a year… Read More >

College Enrollment Dropped Over 2 Percent Last Year

KFI AM 640, May 15, 2015
College enrollment is still dropping quickly across the U.S., a trend with possibly dire consequences for for-profit colleges and those that expanded too much during the previous… Read More >

College Enrollment Drops with Improving Economy

Education Dive, May 15, 2015
Declines in enrollment at for-profit schools, as reported by the National Student Clearinghouse, suggest much more than responses to economic cycles. The industry has faced… Read More >

UConn Professors Have Discretion Over Rejecting Community College Credits

WNPR, May 14, 2015
The University of Connecticut is rejecting roughly a fifth of the eligible credits from students who transfer from community colleges, according to a recent study put out by a… Read More >

Enrollments Continue to Drop as Economy Improves

Community College Daily, May 14, 2015
Overall, enrollments at all postsecondary institutions in spring 2015 totaled just under 18.6 million, down 1.9 percent compared to spring 2014. However, enrollments at public… Read More >

Even Private Colleges Feel the Pain as Enrollment Falls Again

The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 14, 2015
Total college enrollment fell again this year, driven primarily by the departure of older students finding employment in an improving economy, according to a report released on… Read More >

Enrollments Fall

Inside Higher Ed, May 14, 2015
College enrollment numbers tend to be cyclical. A poor economy forces many adult learners into the classroom to retrain or hone their skills, but when it improves, enrollments… Read More >

For-Profits and Community Colleges Hit Hard by Falling Enrollment

U.S. News & World Report, May 14, 2015
College enrollment continued to decline this spring, but researchers say it could be a sign of continuing improvement in the economy. According to a new report from the National Student… Read More >

First Look: Dems pounce on GOP Over College Affordability – CFPB: Let’s Talk Loan Servicing – Open to Opportunity Scholarships

Politico, May 14, 2015
FIRST LOOK: DEMS POUNCE ON GOP OVER COLLEGE AFFORDABILITY: House Republicans who are set to speak at high school and college graduation ceremonies will be hit with their own version… Read More >

Beware, Generation X! Millennials Are The Biggest Generation In The American Workforce

MadameNoire, May 14, 2015
Millenial employees, commonly known as 18-to-34-year-old workers, are taking over the U.S. workforce — and surpassing Generation X, The Wall Street Journal reports. According to the… Read More >

College Enrollment Continues to Decline

Econintersect, May 14, 2015
Spring enrollments at 2- and 4-year colleges continue to decline, according to the just-released Spring Current Term Enrollment Estimates from the National Student Clearinghouse… Read More >

Even Private Colleges Feel the Pain as Enrollment Falls Again

The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 14, 2015
Total college enrollment fell again this year, driven primarily by the departure of older students finding employment in an improving economy, according to a report released on… Read More >

The Long View; Historic Hawai‘i Foundation; Family Size Report; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Hawaii Public Radio, May 13, 2015
Whether you remember your college years or are facing them with a child, you know many students and families often can’t pay for college. According to The National Student… Read More >

College Graduation Rates Lag in Michigan

The Detroit News, April 26, 2015
When Mark ten Haaf graduated from high school, he began working with his father in construction. He was good at it, and made good money. That’s why it wasn’t easy to convince… Read More >

Overall Retention, Persistence Rates Rise Slightly

Diverse, April 23, 2015
The persistence rate of college students has reached its highest point since 2010, when it began a four-year decline, according to a new “snapshot” report of persistence and retention… Read More >

Current Term Enrollment Estimates – Fall 2016