To take stock of what is known about successful strategies to improve college completion and where gaps exist between research and current policy and practice, the College Completion Network Lead team is conducting a study focused on interventions related to information and advising.
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This set of web tables from the National Center for Education Statistics use data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) fall 2019 collection to examine trends in postsecondary institutional characteristics, completions, and 12-month enrollment.
This Statistics in Brief publication from IES presents data on the question of how postsecondary students who enroll in certificate and associate’s degree programs fare in both completion and employment outcomes.
Increasing Community College Graduation Rates with a Proven Model: Three-Year Results from the Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP) Ohio Demonstration
This What Works Clearinghouse review assesses the quality and findings of a study examining the Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP) Ohio Demonstration, which aims to increase community college graduation rates by providing students with up to three years of financial, academic, and other supports.
This archived webinar recording and slide presentation discuss the use of behavioral science ‘nudges’ in postsecondary settings to increase college enrollment, persistence, and attainment.
Webinar: Using Technology to Support Postsecondary Student Learning: Panelists’ Strategies for Applying the Recommendations
In this What Works Clearinghouse webinar, an expert panel discusses recommended practices for supporting remote postsecondary teaching and learning during the current global health crisis. The webinar draws on a companion What Works Clearinghouse practice guide.