The College Completion Network's Moving the Needle on College Completion: Research, Policy, and Practice Convening was held in Washington, DC, on December 13–14, 2022. Convening presentations and sessions explored policies, programs, and practices that support pandemic recovery and college persistence and completion at open- and broad-access institutions. This document provides a compilation of the session resources and supplemental materials shared during the convening.
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This briefing book presents high-level summaries of the approaches and findings of each College Completion Network project as well as links to additional resources related to the projects. These projects examined interventions for which there was strong interest at open- and broad-access institutions. College leaders, practitioners, and policymakers can use the findings to guide decision making related to the use and refinement of these interventions.
A College Completion Network research team conducted focus groups with administrators at 2-year and broad-access 4-year colleges across the United States to better understand how they identify, recruit, and support students who left without earning a degree. Drawing on the information learned, this brief shares five lessons for practitioners interested in supporting returning college students.
CCNAdvising for College Success: Policies, Practices, and Programs That Support Students on the Path to College Completion
To better understand how colleges are using advising policies, programs, and practices to support student success, the College Completion Network conducted virtual focus groups with administrators at 47 colleges from fall 2021 to summer 2022. This report highlights the key findings.
The College Completion Network conducted a systematic review of the research on advising strategies that support college completion. The systematic review provides policymakers and practitioners with a summary of evidence for a wide range of advising strategies that have been the focus of research conducted during the past two decades. It also highlights high-quality evidence based on What Works Clearinghouse evidence reviews.
From fall 2021 to summer 2022, the College Completion Network conducted virtual focus groups with administrators at 47 2-year and broad-access 4-year colleges with the goal of better understanding the advising policies, practices, and programs (hereafter referred to as “strategies”) that colleges use to support student success. Simultaneously, the network conducted a systematic review of the research literature on advising strategies, summarizing the evidence for a wide range of advising strategies that have been the focus of research conducted during the past 2 decades. This brief considers the findings from each study side by side, distilling gaps between policy and practice and research.