Analysis suggests that nearly one-third of students enrolled in Iowa community colleges are high school students taking college classes. Read the full PDF.
Community colleges can tap into the first and second generation of immigrants, which can potentially increase their college completion. Read the full PDF.
Nearly three-fourths of American adults support free college tuition for those who qualify for it. Read the full PDF.
Earnings increase with education levels, but they also increase based on the selected discipline. Read the full PDF.
Community colleges receive only 18 percent of Federal Work-Study funds from the $1 billion appropriated to the program. Read the full PDF.
Nearly half of Asian students who started at public two-year institutions in 2012 completed college within six years. Read the full PDF.
States are still the largest single revenue source for community colleges. Read the full PDF.
Nearly 60 percent of public two-year college students who earn an associate degree are not saddled with student loan debt. Read the full PDF.
Work, expenses and family issues are the top three challenges to success cited by community college students. Read the full PDF.
The number of first-time degree earners age 25 and older is dropping, but the number of older learners with a previous credential who earn another degree is on the rise. Read the full PDF.