Why Students Don’t Graduate On-Time

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March 23, 2020

College was previously an institution targeted only at an elite, homogenous few. That made it easy to develop a one-size-fits-all model, and demand that students “make or break it.” Today, college students are increasingly diverse—as is the potential college experience itself. Roughly three-quarters of today’s college students are “post-traditional” meaning they juggle some combination of families, jobs, and school while commuting to class while only a quarter attend school full-time, live on or near campus, and have tuition paid for by their parents.

Download this white paper to learn the three primary reasons why students struggle and often drop out of college and how institutions can combat these challenges with effective solutions for advisors, staff and students.

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College was previously an institution targeted only at an elite, homogenous few. That made it easy to develop a one-size-fits-all model, and demand that students “make or break it.” Today, college students are increasingly diverse—as is the potential college experience itself. Roughly three-quarters of today’s college students are “post-traditional” meaning they juggle some combination of families, jobs, and school while commuting to class while only a quarter attend school full-time, live on or near campus, and have tuition paid for by their parents.

Download this white paper to learn the three primary reasons why students struggle and often drop out of college and how institutions can combat these challenges with effective solutions for advisors, staff and students.

Why Students Don’t Graduate On-Time

White Papers
 — 
March 23, 2020

College was previously an institution targeted only at an elite, homogenous few. That made it easy to develop a one-size-fits-all model, and demand that students “make or break it.” Today, college students are increasingly diverse—as is the potential college experience itself. Roughly three-quarters of today’s college students are “post-traditional” meaning they juggle some combination of families, jobs, and school while commuting to class while only a quarter attend school full-time, live on or near campus, and have tuition paid for by their parents.

Download this white paper to learn the three primary reasons why students struggle and often drop out of college and how institutions can combat these challenges with effective solutions for advisors, staff and students.

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