40% of 2-Year College Grads Earn a Bachelor’s


Among community college graduates who hold no previous degrees or certificates, 41 percent earn a bachelor's degree during the next six years. That's among the findings from a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, which is able to track almost all students who enroll in U.S. colleges. (Inside Higher Ed, August 8)

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