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1 For a strong economy, the skills gap must be closed. 66% 46% 20% By 2020, jobs requiring a career certificate or college degree Skills gap Too few students make it through college. MEMBER New Jersey adults who currently have an associate degree or higher Data: See website Sources and Methodology section. Of students who enroll in a public college or university Year Public 4-Year Public Enroll Return as sophomores Graduate on time ( time) Additional graduates 150% time 200% time Total graduates Graduate in 4 years Graduate in 8 years = Data not readily available as part of the IPEDS Survey. Key to measuring time For too many students, the path through college ends with no degree and often lots of debt. time 2 years 4 years 150% time 3 years 6 years 200% time 4 years 8 years Data: IPEDS Survey; Retention Data from NCHEMS Information Center Note: This report presents data only from public colleges and universities. America n 1

2 We re making great progress in providing access to more students. Total public college enrollment: 312,424 Attending Pursuing Degrees & Certificates 198, , ,842 4-year 134,811 2-year colleges colleges Total State Population, White 57% Enrollment White 50% Graduation White 54% Hispanic 19% Hispanic 15% Hispanic 14% 16% Other races 8% 14% Other races 20% Now we must have more success from all students. 14% Other races 17% Population Data from US Census ACS PUMS; IPEDS Survey For states to compete, their students must earn more degrees and certificates. Overall Credentials Awarded Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) Credentials Awarded 18,562 21,619 25,869 4,329 3,937 11,494 1,669 1, Certificate Certificate And all credentials should provide clear pathways to higher success. Data: IPEDS Survey America n 2

3 Graduation rates are very low, especially if you re poor, part time,, Hispanic, or older. Certificate-Seeking Students All White Hispanic On-time (1 year) Within 1 1 /2 years Within 2 years Within 1 year Within 1 1 /2 years Within 2 years 25 and Over Directly from HS (age 17 19) Pell Grant Recipients (at entry) Remedial In most states, very few students seeking certificates ever graduate. Degree- Seeking Students All White Hispanic On-time (2 years) Within 3 years Within 4 years Within 2 years Within 3 years Within 4 years 25 and Over Directly from HS (age 17 19) Pell Grant Recipients (at entry) Remedial 16.8% 23.0% 14.0% 11.0% degree graduation rates are abysmal across the country for Hispanic and students, they re tragic. Degree- Seeking Students All White Hispanic On-time (4 years) Within 6 years Within 8 years Within 4 years Within 6 years Within 8 years 25 and Over Directly from HS (age 17 19) Pell Grant Recipients (at entry) Remedial 63.3% 67.0% 51.0% Almost no one over the age of 25 graduates; students fresh out of high school are most likely to succeed. Data: NCHEMS Information Center; Rates by Race IPEDS Survey Given changing demographics, our country will not have enough skilled s to compete unless many more students from all backgrounds and walks of life graduate. = Data not readily available as part of the IPEDS Survey. America n 3

4 Retention rates drop from year to year. Many get discouraged and drop out Students in 2-year colleges who return to campus Start Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Start Year 2 Year 3 Year % 43.4% Students in 4-year colleges who return to campus 85.2% 65.4% after falling off track early. Students who earn expected first-year credits (24 credits) (12 credits) Staying enrolled is particularly tough for part-time students, who must often balance jobs and school. Remediation. Data: IPEDS State Profile 2-Year s of freshmen require of those 4-Year s of freshmen require of those and associated college-level courses in two years Graduate within 3 years (projected) Current approaches almost always guarantee failure. and associated college-level courses in two years Graduate within 6 years (projected) Data: = Data not readily available as part of the IPEDS Survey. America n 4

5 Precious time and money are lost when students don t graduate on schedule. Students are taking too much time Certificate Should take 1 year for full-time students Should take 2 years for full-time students Should take 4 years for full-time students and too many credits. Certificate Should take 30 credits Should take 60 credits Should take 120 credits More students must graduate on time. Data: = Data not readily available as part of the IPEDS Survey. America n 5

6 More time isn t giving us enough success. For certificate and associate degree students, graduation rates are very low even when more time. Certificate 16.8% In 1 year In 1.5 years In 2 years In 2 years In 3 years In 4 years On-time graduation rates for bachelor s degree students are shockingly low. And adding time beyond six years produces little additional success. 63.3% In 4 years In 6 years In 8 years Data: NCHEMS Information Center Even modest progress provides little comfort when overall graduation rates are so low. = Data not readily available as part of the IPEDS Survey. America n 6

7 Graduation rates by campus Public two-year colleges (In 3 years) Public four-year colleges (In 6 years) Somerset County Technology Institute Ocean County 27% Sussex County Community 27% 59% The of New Jersey 86% Rutgers University-New Brunswick 77% Ramapo of New Jersey 75% Cumberland County 25% Rowan University 67% Brookdale Community 22% The Richard Stockton of New Jersey 66% County of Morris 22% Rutgers University-Newark 65% Gloucester County 20% Montclair State University 62% Salem Community 20% Rutgers University-Camden 62% Atlantic Cape Community Raritan Valley Community Warren County Community 19% 18% 18% New Jersey Institute of Technology 55% William Paterson University of New Jersey 52% Kean University 45% Burlington County 17% New Jersey City University 38% Middlesex County 15% Bergen Community 14% Mercer County Community 13% Camden County 12% Hudson County Community Passaic County Community 9% 6% Union County 6% Essex County 5% Data: Reported by institutions to NCES Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Graduation rates are for first-time, full-time students completing certificate or degree within 150 percent of normal program time. Source: U.S. Department of Education, IPEDS Graduation Rates America n 7

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