By providing training materials to emergency grant staff, we can help them make decisions that prevent eligible students from dropping out due to unexpected financial setbacks. We hope this will help more students stay enrolled and on the path to graduation.
Many community college students enroll part time or inconsistently, and the more time they spend out of school, the less likely they are to graduate. That's why we're working with community colleges in Ohio to learn if attending summer school can help more students graduate and graduate faster.
Part-time adjunct faculty often lack training in teaching methods and campus resources—hindering the success of diverse learners. This Achieving the Dream™ initiative seeks ways to both improve adjunct faculty teaching quality and increase awareness of student support programs.
Can a degree program using free online materials in place of textbooks improve student success rates? We're joining forces with Achieving The Dream™ to find out.
Can an innovative program from New York City that dramatically boosts community college graduation rates work elsewhere? We're finding out.
In collaboration with the Milwaukee Public Schools, we'll learn if the promise of a college scholarship promotes good grades, graduation, and matriculation.
First-of-its-kind reasearch lab at the University of Wisconsin—Madison, dedicated to finding new and effective ways to minimize barriers to college completion.
With more than 50% of low-income students leaving STEM majors before graduation, we want to see if providing additional financial aid can change that.