|OCTOBER 16, 2014|
|Benefits of Free|
In Inside Higher Ed, Thomas Bailey comments on a new scholarship program in Chicago that will offer free tuition to high school graduates who have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and do not require remediation in English or math.
|OCTOBER 14, 2014|
|Benefits of Redefining Full-Time Enrollment to 15 Credits a Semester Examined|
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education looks at the main findings from a CCRC report on the strategies states and colleges are using to encourage students to enroll in 15 credits per semester.
|OCTOBER 03, 2014|
|Community College Students Face a Very Long Road to Graduation|
In the New York Times, Melinda Mechur Karp comments on the difficulties community college students face in navigating college, and how nonacademic supports can help.
|OCTOBER 03, 2014|
|LinkedIn Tries College Rankings|
In the Wall Street Journal, Judith Scott-Clayton points out the potential for selection bias in LinkedIn's new college ranking system, which rates colleges based on how many of their graduates obtain jobs at desirable companies.
|OCTOBER 02, 2014|
|Can 15-Credit Enrollment Boost Completion Rates?|
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.
|SEPTEMBER 25, 2014|
|This Exclusive Hotel Chain Is Teaching Colleges How to Treat Students|
Davis Jenkins comments on the reasons behind colleges' growing emphasis on customer service in Time magazine.
|SEPTEMBER 19, 2014|
|Wage Data Done Right|
Inside Higher Ed highlights findings on short-term certificates presented at CAPSEE's 2014 conference, focusing particularly on findings by CCRC's Di Xu and Madeline Joy Trimble.
|SEPTEMBER 18, 2014|
|Uncluttering the Pathway to the Diploma|
The Chronicle of Higher Education highlights findings from a new report from the Center for Community College Student Engagement; in the article, Judith Scott-Clayton and Davis Jenkins discuss the importance of program structure for student progress.
|SEPTEMBER 10, 2014|
|Letter: Redefine Full-Time as 15 Credits|
A letter in the Kokomo Tribune from Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers and Complete College America President Stan Jones supports Indiana's "15 to Finish" campaign, citing evidence from a recent CCRC report.