The 10th report in the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center Completing College series offers insights about college completion rates for students who graduated high school and started college in 2015.
Combining data from the National Survey of Student Engagement and the Faculty Survey of Student Engagement, findings from the second report give insights on student and faculty perceptions of instruction and learning as campuses adapted to pandemic challenges.
The authors used data from three surveys—the Strada-Gallup Education Survey, the Strada Outcomes Survey, and the National Survey of Student Engagement—to better understand the experiences and outcomes of HBCU students and alumni.
Although these data are inherently limited in their ability to establish causality as to how the pandemic has impacted enrollment and transfer rates, they are potentially helpful for enrollment managers and other education leaders to compare their own institutions’ data against trends throughout the sector.
The Knight Foundation recently released a new report in collaboration with Ipsos measuring college students’ attitudes toward speech and the First Amendment. This report is based on the 2021 Knight-Ipsos survey, the fourth in a series of the foundation’s campus speech surveys.
As the May 2022 student loan repayment deadline approaches after the pause resulting from COVID-19, public discourse has focused on the impact that repayment may have on borrowers. One component of this impact remains the call for student loan servicing reform
A new white paper from EAB examines the long-term effects the COVID-19 pandemic might have on postsecondary education, focusing on four main areas: social disengagement, mental health, availability of transfers, and unfinished learning in K-12.
Title: The Women’s Power Gap at Elite Universities: Scaling the Ivory Tower Authors: Andrea Silbert, Magdalena Punty, Elizabeth Brodbine Ghoniem Source: Eos Foundation-The Women’s Power Gap Initiative and American Association of University Women A recently published report offers insights about women, particularly women of color, in the U.S. university presidency. The authors of this report… Read more »
As students and colleges begin a new term, a nationwide survey of nearly 1,700 students enrolled at two-year and four-year institutions offers insights on students’ mental health and perspectives on their institutions’ response to COVID-19.