Report Says Majority of Two-Year Transfer Students Complete Bachelor's Degree

McGlynn, Angela Provitera
January 2014
Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education;1/13/2014, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p38
The article talks about the report "The National Student Clearinghouse Signature Report on Baccalaureate Attainment," which shows that majority of students from community colleges are able to complete four-year bachelor's degrees after transferring. Topics include the factors affecting 6-year completions of bachelor's degrees, how the study affects the images of community colleges as viable institutions of learning in pursuit of bachelor's degrees, and other findings on completion rates.


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