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Can 15-Credit Enrollment Boost Completion Rates?

Can 15-Credit Enrollment Boost Completion Rates?

By Amy Mazzariello

Davis Jenkins and Serena Klempin review strategies colleges and states are using to encourage students to increase their enrollment intensity on the AACC 21st Century Center's blog.

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Making the Most of Advising Technologies

Making the Most of Advising Technologies

By Amy Mazzariello

In a blog post for the AACC 21st Century Center, Melinda Mechur Karp writes about how Integrated Planning and Advising Services (IPAS) can be implemented and adopted to help colleges achieve their larger goals.

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Bailey Speaks at White House on Remediation Reform

Bailey Speaks at White House on Remediation Reform

By Amy Mazzariello

The event convened college leaders
to discuss best practices in remediation,
and formally launched the Center for
the Analysis of Postsecondary Readiness.

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Selected Resources

This report reviews research evidence on college policies designed to facilitate on-time degree completion among students by encouraging them to enroll in at least 15 credits per semester.

This publication examines characteristics and course-taking patterns of students who accumulate a substantial number of college credits but do not earn an award by their fifth year of enrollment.

This two-page policy brief summarizes research on early assessment and college readiness "transition courses," and makes recommendations for states considering the approach.

Recent Publications

October 2014
On Second Chances and Stratification: How Sociologists Think About Community Colleges
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October 2014
Three Accelerated Developmental Education Programs: Features, Student Outcomes, and Implications
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September 2014
Redesigning Arithmetic for Student Success: Supporting Faculty to Teach in New Ways
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September 2014
Strengthening Program Pathways Through Transformative Change
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September 2014
Adaptability to Online Learning: Differences Across Types of Students and Academic Subject Areas
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CCRC-Led Research Partnerships

CAPSEE investigates labor market outcomes of education pathways at two and four-year colleges.
 
NCPR examines programs designed to help students transition to and succeed in college.