2017 National Report

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Even One Semester: Full-Time Enrollment and Student Success

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"College Completion," In a Crab Shell: Bi-weekly updates on Initiatives at Maryland's Community Colleges, May 26, 2017

"Students who go to college full-time are more likely to graduate," USA Today, May 16, 2017

"Raising Grad Rates at Indiana's Two-Year Colleges," U.S. News & World Report, May 11, 2017

"Even a semester of full-time school may help college students," Christian Science Monitor, May 10, 2017

"Horns Up, CoE," The University of Texas at Austin College of Education CoE News, May 4, 2017

"Want To Finish College? Go Full Time, At Least Part Of The Time," NPR, April 27, 2017

"PostSec Data: Weekly Data Roundup," Institute for Higher Education Policy, April 21, 2017

"Full Time Community College Have A Better Chance Of Earning Degree," University Herald, April 22, 2017

"Study suggests attending college full time is better," NPR, April 20, 2017

"The college completion campaigns," Chronicle of Higher Education, April 19, 2017

"Community college students who enroll full-time for even one semester are more likely to graduate," The Hechinger Report, April 19, 2017

"Even one full-time semester boosts odds of college completion, study says," Education Week, April 19, 2017

"Community college students who enroll full-time have big edge," Politico, April 19, 2017

"Study: Full-time enrollment boosts success at community college," The Mercury News, April 19, 2017

"Community college students who attend full time, even one semester, have a better chance to earn degree, report says," Cleveland.com, April 19, 2017

"Full-time finishers," Inside Higher Ed, April 19, 2017

"Report: Community college full-time students more likely to graduate," Diverse, April 19, 2017

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