National Student Clearinghouse

National Student Clearinghouse Formed in 1993, the National Student Clearinghouse is a nonprofit organization that serves the education and workforce communities and all learners with access to trusted data, related services, and insights.

The National Student Clearinghouse, a nonprofit formed in 1993, is the trusted source for and leading provider of higher education verifications and electronic education record exchanges. The Clearinghouse serves as a single point of contact for the collection and timely exchange of accurate and comprehensive enrollment, degree, and certificate records on behalf of its more than 3,700 participating higher education institutions, which represent 99 percent of all students in public and private U.S. institutions. The Clearinghouse also provides thousands of high schools and districts with continuing collegiate enrollment, progression, and completion statistics on their alumni. Through its verification, electronic exchange, and reporting services, the Clearinghouse saves the education community cumulatively over $750 million annually. Most Clearinghouse services are provided to colleges and universities at little or no charge, including enhanced transcript and research services, enabling institutions to redistribute limited staff and budget resources to more important student service efforts. Clearinghouse services are designed to facilitate an institution’s compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, The Higher Education Act, and other applicable laws. The Clearinghouse has signed the Student Privacy Pledge and is the first recipient of iKeepSafe.org’s FERPA compliance badge, which was awarded to its StudentTracker for High Schools service. For more information, visit www.studentclearinghouse.org.

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Spring undergraduate enrollment is down 5.9% compared to the same time last year, according to latest #NSClearinghouseRe...
04/29/2021
COVID-19: Stay Informed - National Student Clearinghouse Research Center

Spring undergraduate enrollment is down 5.9% compared to the same time last year, according to latest #NSClearinghouseResearch. This is the steepest decline in undergraduate enrollment since the beginning of the pandemic. Report highlights: bit.ly/2H0dpb2

Recognizing the urgency of COVID-19’s impact on students and institutions, the Research Center’s Stay Informed series tracks outstanding college enrollment trends in near real-time during the COVID-19 era.

Latest National Student Clearinghouse Research data shows that reverse and lateral transfers in #HigherEd have declined ...
04/28/2021

Latest National Student Clearinghouse Research data shows that reverse and lateral transfers in #HigherEd have declined sharply. Learn more about the impact the pandemic is having on student mobility during the pandemic. bit.ly/3tcwREg

Latest National Student Clearinghouse Research data shows that reverse and lateral transfers in #HigherEd have declined sharply. Learn more about the impact the pandemic is having on student mobility during the pandemic. bit.ly/3tcwREg

Over a year after the pandemic began, it’s clear that student mobility has been significantly impacted in higher educati...
04/26/2021

Over a year after the pandemic began, it’s clear that student mobility has been significantly impacted in higher education. The decline in transfer enrollment was 3.8 times larger than the pre-pandemic rate of decline. The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center is tracking these important trends. https://bit.ly/32A64Gg

Over a year after the pandemic began, it’s clear that student mobility has been significantly impacted in higher education. The decline in transfer enrollment was 3.8 times larger than the pre-pandemic rate of decline. The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center is tracking these important trends. https://bit.ly/32A64Gg

The #pandemic is having a significant impact on #communitycollege enrollment. Learn more in the latest National Student ...
04/23/2021

The #pandemic is having a significant impact on #communitycollege enrollment. Learn more in the latest National Student Clearinghouse Research Center's COVID-19 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Report. #HigherEd https://bit.ly/2RWUWkR

The #pandemic is having a significant impact on #communitycollege enrollment. Learn more in the latest National Student Clearinghouse Research Center's COVID-19 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Report. #HigherEd https://bit.ly/2RWUWkR

The latest #NSClearinghouseResearch COVID-19 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Report shows that transfer enrollment is d...
04/21/2021

The latest #NSClearinghouseResearch COVID-19 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Report shows that transfer enrollment is dropping among all races. Download the report to see how the pandemic is impacting student pathways of different races in #HigherEd. https://bit.ly/3gwBkOu

The latest #NSClearinghouseResearch COVID-19 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Report shows that transfer enrollment is dropping among all races. Download the report to see how the pandemic is impacting student pathways of different races in #HigherEd. https://bit.ly/3gwBkOu

Our free Student Self-Service, long one of the Clearinghouse’s most popular services, is used by more than 1,100 college...
04/19/2021
Myhub Soon to Offer Student Self-Service Features - Clearinghouse Today Blog

Our free Student Self-Service, long one of the Clearinghouse’s most popular services, is used by more than 1,100 colleges and universities and millions of students.

We’re excited to announce that Student Self-Service is being integrated with Myhub, extending the many time-saving and other benefits available to institutions and their students. During our webinar on 4/22, we’ll showcase the integration with Student Self-Service and provide an overview of Myhub – a secure, centralized digital locker for learners. https://bit.ly/3x6x1PU

Student Self-Service is being integrated with Myhub, extending the many benefits available to institutions and students and an improved user experience.

Transfer declines were greatest in the #communitycollege sector, which saw a 15.2% loss. By contrast, transfer enrollmen...
04/14/2021

Transfer declines were greatest in the #communitycollege sector, which saw a 15.2% loss. By contrast, transfer enrollments at public four-year colleges remained stable from last spring. Download the Spring 2021 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress report for more insights: https://bit.ly/2RoF0av

Transfer declines were greatest in the #communitycollege sector, which saw a 15.2% loss. By contrast, transfer enrollments at public four-year colleges remained stable from last spring. Download the Spring 2021 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress report for more insights: https://bit.ly/2RoF0av

The third in the series, our latest COVID-19 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Report shows transfer enrollment is down 7...
04/12/2021

The third in the series, our latest COVID-19 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Report shows transfer enrollment is down 7.9% this spring, a decline 3.8 times larger than last spring. Key highlights and patterns: https://bit.ly/2QfU4qs #NSClearinghouseResearch

The third in the series, our latest COVID-19 Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Report shows transfer enrollment is down 7.9% this spring, a decline 3.8 times larger than last spring. Key highlights and patterns: https://bit.ly/2QfU4qs #NSClearinghouseResearch

04/02/2021

The Clearinghouse is closed today and will resume normal business hours on Monday, April 5.

To follow students on their journey, StudentTracker for High Schools provides schools and districts the opportunity to o...
03/29/2021
Top 5 Hidden Gems of StudentTracker for High Schools - Clearinghouse Today Blog

To follow students on their journey, StudentTracker for High Schools provides schools and districts the opportunity to observe graduating seniors’ next steps. Check out how these 5️⃣ hidden gems of StudentTracker for High Schools can help your students and programs be successful: https://bit.ly/3m2lADR #k12 #studentsuccess

To follow students on their journey, StudentTracker provides schools and districts the opportunity to observe graduating seniors’ next steps.

Fall 2020 College Enrollment Update for the High School Graduating Class of 2020: 6.8% fewer students attending college ...
03/25/2021

Fall 2020 College Enrollment Update for the High School Graduating Class of 2020: 6.8% fewer students attending college immediately after high school this past fall, an unprecedented one-year decline. Read the full report: https://bit.ly/3rljmjY #NSClearinghouseResearch

Fall 2020 College Enrollment Update for the High School Graduating Class of 2020: 6.8% fewer students attending college immediately after high school this past fall, an unprecedented one-year decline. Read the full report: https://bit.ly/3rljmjY #NSClearinghouseResearch

03/19/2021

Inside Higher Ed's annual Academic Performance Tournament plays out the actual competitive bracket as if the outcome of each game was determined by comparing the teams’ academic performance. 📚🏀 https://bit.ly/3bMx6Q0

Frances Willard is remembered for her commitment to women in higher education and her advocacy during the suffrage movem...
03/18/2021

Frances Willard is remembered for her commitment to women in higher education and her advocacy during the suffrage movement. She became one of the first woman college presidents in 1871 at Evanston College for Women in Illinois. Willard was one of the founders of the National Council of Women. As a result of her contributions, a statue of Willard is currently on display in National Statuary Hall it the U.S. Capitol Building. #WomensHistoryMonth https://bit.ly/2MJBpSq

Frances Willard is remembered for her commitment to women in higher education and her advocacy during the suffrage movement. She became one of the first woman college presidents in 1871 at Evanston College for Women in Illinois. Willard was one of the founders of the National Council of Women. As a result of her contributions, a statue of Willard is currently on display in National Statuary Hall it the U.S. Capitol Building. #WomensHistoryMonth https://bit.ly/2MJBpSq

Did you know Patsy Mink was the first woman of color elected to Congress? She played a crucial role in the writing and p...
03/17/2021

Did you know Patsy Mink was the first woman of color elected to Congress? She played a crucial role in the writing and passage of #TitleIX, expanding equal treatment for men and women in education. #WomensHistoryMonth https://bit.ly/2MJBpSq

Did you know Patsy Mink was the first woman of color elected to Congress? She played a crucial role in the writing and passage of #TitleIX, expanding equal treatment for men and women in education. #WomensHistoryMonth https://bit.ly/2MJBpSq

#AACRAO2021 is just around the corner, and the National Student Clearinghouse will be there (virtually) in full force wi...
03/16/2021

#AACRAO2021 is just around the corner, and the National Student Clearinghouse will be there (virtually) in full force with a line-up of presentations, sponsorships, and events to help you get the most of this year’s meeting. Take a look at our session topics and how to connect with us: https://bit.ly/3vr3akn

#AACRAO2021 is just around the corner, and the National Student Clearinghouse will be there (virtually) in full force with a line-up of presentations, sponsorships, and events to help you get the most of this year’s meeting. Take a look at our session topics and how to connect with us: https://bit.ly/3vr3akn

Higher Ed administrators: Join us tomorrow at 2pm EST to learn about the data gathered by the Clearinghouse and how your...
03/15/2021

Higher Ed administrators: Join us tomorrow at 2pm EST to learn about the data gathered by the Clearinghouse and how your institution can best utilize our services to improve enrollment strategies and more!
Secure your spot: https://bit.ly/2Ohf3IP

Higher Ed administrators: Join us tomorrow at 2pm EST to learn about the data gathered by the Clearinghouse and how your institution can best utilize our services to improve enrollment strategies and more!
Secure your spot: https://bit.ly/2Ohf3IP

A few stories this week in education:🎓 Spring enrollment keeps slipping: https://bit.ly/3ewJ2av📚 Leveraging credential i...
03/13/2021
Leveraging Credential Innovation to Drive Meaningful Pathways to Degrees and Careers - The EvoLLLution

A few stories this week in education:
🎓 Spring enrollment keeps slipping: https://bit.ly/3ewJ2av
📚 Leveraging credential innovation to drive meaningful pathways to degrees and careers: https://bit.ly/3t72w9A
✏️ Opinion: Why we must invest in new, innovative workforce training to fill a skills gap: https://bit.ly/3cqifKf

Meena Naik will be presenting on this topic at the IMS Global 2021 Digital Credentials Summit. Register now! Now more than ever, students and the broader community are looking for ways to upskill and reskill, so that their education gets them moving forward; for better or worse, higher education sho...

In the 1960s, Mary Bunting became a leader for equal access to higher education for women. As Dean of Douglass College, ...
03/12/2021

In the 1960s, Mary Bunting became a leader for equal access to higher education for women. As Dean of Douglass College, the women's school at Rutgers University, she created a program to support non-traditional women students who had been out of high school for five or more years. During her time as president of Radcliffe College, the undergraduate college for women at Harvard, women began to receive Harvard degrees and were admitted to the university's graduate schools. https://bit.ly/3eb5DZN #WomensHistoryMonth

In the 1960s, Mary Bunting became a leader for equal access to higher education for women. As Dean of Douglass College, the women's school at Rutgers University, she created a program to support non-traditional women students who had been out of high school for five or more years. During her time as president of Radcliffe College, the undergraduate college for women at Harvard, women began to receive Harvard degrees and were admitted to the university's graduate schools. https://bit.ly/3eb5DZN #WomensHistoryMonth

Spring 2021 enrollment appears to be mirroring last fall’s trend: undergraduate enrollment is down 4.5% while graduate e...
03/11/2021
COVID-19: Stay Informed - National Student Clearinghouse Research Center

Spring 2021 enrollment appears to be mirroring last fall’s trend: undergraduate enrollment is down 4.5% while graduate enrollment is up 4.3%. Overall, college enrollment is 2.9% below last spring’s level. #NSClearinghouseResearch https://nscresearchcenter.org/stay-informed/

Recognizing the urgency of COVID-19’s impact on students and institutions, the Research Center’s Stay Informed series tracks outstanding college enrollment trends in near real-time during the COVID-19 era.

💻 Higher Ed administrators: Join us next week to get a solid understanding of the data collected by the Clearinghouse, a...
03/11/2021

💻 Higher Ed administrators: Join us next week to get a solid understanding of the data collected by the Clearinghouse, and to learn how your colleagues are making Clearinghouse data and tools work on their campuses. Secure your spot: https://bit.ly/2Ohf3IP

💻 Higher Ed administrators: Join us next week to get a solid understanding of the data collected by the Clearinghouse, and to learn how your colleagues are making Clearinghouse data and tools work on their campuses. Secure your spot: https://bit.ly/2Ohf3IP

Alice Palmer was an influential advocate and trailblazer for women’s education in the 19th century. She was President of...
03/04/2021

Alice Palmer was an influential advocate and trailblazer for women’s education in the 19th century. She was President of Wellesley College & Founder of the American Association of University Women, a non-profit that advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, and research. #WomensHistoryMonth

Alice Palmer was an influential advocate and trailblazer for women’s education in the 19th century. She was President of Wellesley College & Founder of the American Association of University Women, a non-profit that advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, and research. #WomensHistoryMonth

During the Civil War, Mary Jane Patterson became the 1st Black woman to earn a B.A., graduating from Oberlin College. Sh...
02/19/2021

During the Civil War, Mary Jane Patterson became the 1st Black woman to earn a B.A., graduating from Oberlin College. She went onto lead a life dedicated to education & became the first principal of Dunbar High School in Washington, DC. https://bit.ly/2NB9h4e #BlackHistoryMonth

During the Civil War, Mary Jane Patterson became the 1st Black woman to earn a B.A., graduating from Oberlin College. She went onto lead a life dedicated to education & became the first principal of Dunbar High School in Washington, DC. https://bit.ly/2NB9h4e #BlackHistoryMonth

One in four high school seniors said their postsecondary plans had changed since the start of the pandemic, an increase ...
02/18/2021
Student Survey: 1 in 4 High School Seniors Had Their Post-Graduation Plans Changed by the Pandemic

One in four high school seniors said their postsecondary plans had changed since the start of the pandemic, an increase from 18 percent of seniors during a previous survey in spring 2020. https://bit.ly/2M8r8z6

COVID-19 is changing what students plan to do after high school, with those more affected by the pandemic more likely to have altered their post-graduation expectations, a new student survey reveals. One in four high school seniors said their postsecondary plans had changed since the start of the pa...

Infographic: With COVID-19 making significant and lasting impacts on higher education throughout the country, the Nation...
02/17/2021

Infographic: With COVID-19 making significant and lasting impacts on higher education throughout the country, the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center’s Current Term Enrollment Estimates Report series provides important new data on college enrollment. #NSClearinghouseResearch https://bit.ly/3jU7Jyg

Infographic: With COVID-19 making significant and lasting impacts on higher education throughout the country, the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center’s Current Term Enrollment Estimates Report series provides important new data on college enrollment. #NSClearinghouseResearch https://bit.ly/3jU7Jyg

#ICYMI, a few stories this week in #education:🎓 The full story on admissions: https://bit.ly/36yrG8h📚 Credential count a...
02/13/2021
The full story on admissions isn't just what you've been reading

#ICYMI, a few stories this week in #education:
🎓 The full story on admissions: https://bit.ly/36yrG8h
📚 Credential count approaches 1 million: https://bit.ly/2NhkxT0
✏️ University of Phoenix and Emsi collaborate to map skills-based learning: https://bwnews.pr/3rJ4xrK

You may be reading about record application totals, but they are largely going to the institutions that already have plenty. Other colleges are not doing well. Common App data point to declines from low-income students.

Over the past six cohort years starting in 2009, the steady growth in the six-year college completion rate for full-time...
02/09/2021
6-year college completion rate slows down - Clearinghouse Today Blog

Over the past six cohort years starting in 2009, the steady growth in the six-year college completion rate for full-time starters began to slow down in 2014. Part-time starters, in contrast, have seen their completion rates decline over the past year after two straight years of improvement.

The Yearly Success and Progress Rates report goes beyond traditional student outcome measures by showing year-by-year rates of retention, persistence, transfer, completion, and stop-out. The report examines yearly academic progress for approximately 2.3 million individuals who began college for the first time in fall 2014. #NSClearinghouseResearch https://bit.ly/3d0J9dx

For latest cohort, steady growth in 6-yr college completion rate started to slow down for full-time starters, and rate declined notably for part-time starters.

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