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Home Resource Using Data to Support Transfer Student Success
Nationally, only a third of two-year college students transfer to a four-year college, and less than half of those students go on to earn a bachelor’s degree. This eight-minute video describes how data-sharing agreements between two-year and four-year colleges can give both entities a better understanding of transfer student outcomes and lead to better support for these students, many of whom come from low-income backgrounds. The video highlights a data-sharing project facilitated by Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest and involving the Montana University System and Stone Child College, a two-year Tribal college on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation.
ERIC DescriptorsCollege Credits, College Transfer Students, Data Use, Postsecondary Education
Northwest | Resource Type: Video | Resource
Date: December 2021
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