Persistent equity gaps in college degree attainment

A new report finds that, despite an increase in postsecondary degree attainment among U.S. adults overall, students from historically underrepresented communities were less likely than their peers to earn a bachelor’s degree.

What’s preventing stopped-out students from returning to campus?

A national survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education finds that students who left college without a degree often had complicated interactions with higher ed that discourage them from completing their programs. Understanding their experiences can help colleges bring them back.

The risks and benefits of institutional holds on course registration

Institutional holds on course registration are one way that colleges prompt students to complete required administrative and financial actions. However, a new survey finds that those holds disproportionately affect students from underrepresented backgrounds.