Three fourths of community college students enrolled in fall 2010 were  enrolled — or graduated – in the next term, according to a National Student Clearinghouse snapshot report.  Students who transfer are counted as persisting, which makes sense but is not the common practice.

Private, nonprofit four-year colleges had the highest persistence rate:  91.4 percent of students persisted from one semester to the next.

POSTED BY Joanne Jacobs ON December 13, 2011

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