A new report finds that the six-year postsecondary completion rate has remained unchanged in the last three years.
Latine students were more likely than their peers to report struggling to stay in college, according to a new study by the Lumina Foundation and Gallup.
The population of postsecondary students who left school without a degree or credential has grown, and fewer of them are returning to college.
A new study finds that students eligible for year-round Pell Grants had higher degree attainment rates and earnings than students who could not access the grants for summer sessions.
The number of undergraduate credential earners has dropped for the first time in a decade, reflecting changes in the higher education landscape.
As transfer enrollment from two- to four-year colleges tumbles, bachelor’s degrees may be increasingly out of reach for low-income students at community colleges, experts say.
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.
More U.S. adults have received training and earned degrees or credentials beyond high school, but achievement gaps remain.
As transfer enrollment rates fall, colleges and advocates are pushing to streamline the path from community colleges to four-year universities.
Facing an ongoing mental health crisis among college students, higher education institutions are ensuring faculty and staff are equipped to support student wellbeing and help those confronting mental health challenges.
A new report shows a six-year college completion rate of 62.3% for students who first enrolled in 2016.
The new college completion grant program will support student retention, transfer, and completion initiatives at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Tribal Colleges and Universities, and Minority-Serving Institutions.