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An “Articulation Agreement” is a contract one school signs where they agree to accept specific courses from another school. But what is a “consortium”, how do these impact students, and are schools using all of these levers effectively? History of “articulation agreements” Each individual school in the US is a separate entity and, most often, does not have a requirement dictated to them by any outside entity...

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Four in 10 colleges are seeing drops in applications from international students amid pervasive concerns that the political climate might keep them away. Nearly 40% of U.S. colleges are seeing a precipitous decline in applications from international students, and international student recruitment professionals report “a great deal of concern” from students and their families about visas and perceptions of a less welcoming climate in the U.S., according to a survey conducted in...

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The overall college enrollment rate has increased since 2000. Different factors, such as changes in the labor market and the economy, may have contributed to this increase. The college enrollment rate is defined as the percentage of 18- to 24-year-olds enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students in 2- or 4-year institutions. Over a more recent time period, the overall college enrollment rate in 2017 was not measurably...

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The college dream of a 4-year education is becoming not so dreamy. As students are trying to cope with the tuition and cost of living moving up substantially year over year, they are forced to extend the time to graduate. Not only have wages not kept pace with tuition, but students are also taking longer to graduate. One of the most significant contributors to the student debt crisis is the...

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Meet the team behind DegreeSight, the best degree planning software out there.

57% of students enrolled in college do not graduate after six years. Of that 57%, 33% of them drop out entirely. Recent studies show that students are taking longer than ever to earn their degrees. Four years was the accepted norm, the 5- or 6-year plan has now become something of a standard in colleges and universities across the country. Is this student choice, or does factors beyond their control...

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degree planners for your academic career

There are plenty of things in the life of every college student that make building a clear degree plan slide onto the back burner. Assignments. Tests. Work. Social lives. Not to mention that many degree planners are boring and confusing to begin with, along with students’ expectations of being guide. This leaves no incentive for students to take control and build a plan until they...

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