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This paper examines technology-mediated advising reform in order to contribute to the understanding of how colleges engage in transformative change to improve student outcomes.

PUBLICATION July 2016 Melinda Mechur Karp, Hoori Santikian Kalamkarian, Serena Klempin & Jeffrey Fletcher

The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) has chosen Judith Scott-Clayton to receive the Robert P. Huff Golden Quill Award for 2016, in recognition of her contributions to the literature on financial aid.

ANNOUNCEMENT July 2016
CONFERENCE July 2016

This webinar featured researchers from MDRC and CCRC describing what they have learned about multiple measures assessment through an exploration of college practices in four Midwestern states.

PRESENTATION July 2016

Using national data on baccalaureate recipients in 1993 and 2008, this paper examines labor market and debt outcomes four years after students graduate, with a focus on exploring heterogeneity by institution type and major, as well as trends over time.

PUBLICATION July 2016 Judith Scott-Clayton

This AACRAO conference session will discuss transfer outcomes for students who begin at community colleges and practices that two- and four-year colleges can implement to improve these students' bachelor's degree attainment.

PRESENTATION July 2016

This essay by Peter Crosta is the fifth in a series of short essays by former CCRC staff members who share thoughts about their time working at the Center. These essays will be posted on our website throughout CCRC’s 20th anniversary year.

ANNOUNCEMENT June 2016

Using student-level data from the Tennessee Board of Regents, this paper explores the academic and economic consequences of taking higher or lower credit loads in the first semester and first year of college.

PUBLICATION June 2016 Clive Belfield, Davis Jenkins & Hana Lahr
College students who enroll in 15 credits in their first semester accumulate many more credits over the course of their college careers and are much more likely to graduate than students who initially enroll in only 12 credits, according to a new CCRC study.
PRESS RELEASE June 2016