Community College Research Center

The decline in community college enrollment really has a tremendous impact on the economy as a whole because community colleges provide so many workers. CCRC Director Tom Brock speaks to MarketWatch
Thomas Brock on the Declines in Community College Enrollment
How Much Are Community College Graduates Earning Two Years Later?
New Guided Pathways Workshop
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CCRC's 2020–2022 Biennial Report
CCRC Policy Resources
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How COVID-19 Impacts Community Colleges

Since the pandemic began, CCRC has considered COVID-19's implications for community colleges. Here, you'll find a roundup of our coronavirus-related blog posts and media mentions.

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Latest Research Findings

The Fine Print on Free College: Who Benefits From New York’s Excelsior Scholarship?

The Fine Print on Free College: Who Benefits From New York’s Excelsior Scholarship?

May 2022

Judith Scott-Clayton, CJ Libassi, & Daniel Sparks

Improving College Success for Students in Corequisite Reading

Improving College Success for Students in Corequisite Reading

April 2022

Florence Xiaotao Ran, Susan Bickerstaff, & Nikki Edgecombe

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CCRC studies community colleges because they provide critical access to postsecondary education and are uniquely positioned to promote equity and social mobility in the United States. Our mission is to conduct research that helps these institutions strengthen opportunities and improve outcomes for their students, particularly those from underserved populations.

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