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Less Than Half Of Texas Associate Degrees Lead To Bachelor’s

Houston Public Media, June 30, 2016 How often do students continue and graduate with their bachelor’s degree? Texas fared slightly better than the national average. Forty-six percent of students in Texas who earned their associate’s later finished their bachelor’s in six years. Read more…

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NCAA committee seeks to define academic success

NCAA, June 23, 2016 The NCAA Division I Committee on Academics this week continued working to define what academic success looks like for college athletes. The group solicited data from the National Student Clearinghouse, and further analysis of the data could lead the committee to make adjustments to the transfer adjustment policy in the future.…

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Adult Students Shifting to Four-Year Non-Profits

The Evolllution, June 20, 2016 In the latest report from the National Student Clearing House, the enrollment in Spring 2016 had increased among those above age 24 only for those enrolling in four-year non-profits. The enrollment increased by 1.5 percent. Read more>…

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Snapshot Report 32: Yearly Success and Progress Rates