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How to ace the transfer to a 4-year college

Associated Press, Nov. 1, 2017 Transferring from community college to a university should be as simple as basic math: Two years at the first school plus two years at the second equals a bachelor’s degree. But the equation is often more complicated. Learn more>  …

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Elon Registrar’s Office wins research award

Elon University, Nov. 1, 2017 Elon’s proposal, Mining Co-Curricular Data to Improve Retention, was selected for inclusion in the National Student Clearinghouse Research Track at AACRAO’s 27th Annual Strategic Enrollment Management conference. Read more> …

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Higher Education Enrollment By the Numbers

Based on Research Center’s Current Term Enrollment Estimates – Spring 2017. Published every May and December, Current Term Enrollment Estimates are based on postsecondary institutions actively submitting data to the Clearinghouse. These institutions account for nearly 97 percent of the nation’s Title IV, degree-granting enrollments.…

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Enrollments Continue to Decline at For-Profits and Community Colleges

Inside Higher Ed, May 24, 2017 National college enrollments have continued their multiyear decline, with most of the dip occurring among older undergraduates at for-profit institutions and community colleges. The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, which tracks 97 percent of students at federal aid-eligible institutions, found an overall national decline of 1.5 percent for this spring semester…

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Downward enrollment trend continues

Community College Daily, May 24, 2017 Enrollments at community colleges continue to slide, but the pace of the decrease has also slowed down, according to the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) Research Center. Overall, spring 2017 undergraduate enrollments at all postsecondary institutions fell again compared to spring 2016 enrollments by 1.9 percent (300,000 students), according to…

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Undergraduate Enrollments Down 300,000 for Spring 2017

Declines Led by Adult Learners Enrolled in Four-Year, For-Profit Institution or a Two-Year Public College HERNDON, VA (May 24, 2017) – Spring postsecondary overall enrollments fell by more than 272,000 students compared to a year ago, led by a decline of more than 244,000 students over the age of 24 and many were enrolled in…

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Why every student should consider community college

USA Today College, May 9, 2017 I made the choice to go to community college because it was the only choice I thought was possible for me in the moment. And at that moment in my life, it destroyed me. Fast forward a few months: I was attending community college. For a short while I…

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Community Voices: KHSD students increasingly ready for the next step

Bakersfield.com, Dec. 21, 2016 Nearly 87 percent of Kern County students graduate from high school, higher than the state average (based on numbers from the California Department of Education), and 60 percent of graduates enroll in college right after high school, according to the National Student Clearinghouse. Read more>…

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Idaho College Enrollment Increases

Idaho Ed News, Dec. 21, 2016 Idaho’s numbers defy national trends. Fall enrollment increased in only 11 states and the District of Columbia. Idaho’s enrollment increased by 2.5 percent, and only New Hampshire and Utah experienced a more robust increase. Nationally, college enrollment dropped by 1.4 percent, coming in at slightly below 18.7 million. Read…

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