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We know that transferring among colleges, however popular it may be, is often a costly move for students, resulting in more time and money spent on the way to a degree. It also puts students at a higher risk of dropping out. And now, more bad news: New research shows that the career earnings of transfer students can suffer, too.
A working paper looks at students who had graduated from TeContinue Reading »
The results of the annual survey of college freshmen, released this week by researchers at UCLA, confirm that the fragile economy continues to weigh heavily on the minds of today’s students. Since 2006, freshmen have listed getting a better job as the most important reason to go to college, and this year, 88 percent of them said so, an all time high.
Previously, first-year students had sContinue Reading »