Report: Adults, Black students completing college at higher rates than ever before

From Lumina Foundation: “There is welcome news in a report issued this week from the National Student Clearinghouse. The six-year college completion rate for first-time students attending college full- or part-time and earning bachelor’s and associate degrees is up to 62.2 percent, a 1.2-point increase over the previous (2014) cohort of entering students. … Completion rates increased among Black, Hispanic or Latino, and white students, with Black students experiencing the largest increase—a jump of nearly 2 percentage points, to 44.3 percent.”

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