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1 Higher Education Persistence and Completion 1

2 Percent of Enrollees 10 Second Year Higher Ed Persistence Rates Not Improving Percent of Central Texas HS Grads Enrolled in Texas Higher Ed that Persist Into Second Year, by HS Grad Class 82% 83% 83% 83% 82% 81% 79% High School Graduating Class Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 2015 E 3 2 Alliance

3 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees Second Year Persistence Consistently Higher At Public 4-year Institutions 10 Percent of Central Texas HS Grads Enrolled in Texas Higher Ed that Persist Into Second Year, by HS Grad Class 92% 93% 93% 93% 91% 92% 92% 91% 67% 69% 68% 69% 69% 65% 63% 66% Year of High School Graduation 2-Year 4-Year Public Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 3

4 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees Second Year Persistence for Low Income Grads Consistently Lower than for Non-low Income Grads 10 Percent of Central Texas HS Grads Enrolled in Texas Higher Ed that Persist Into Second Year, by Income Status, By HS Grad Class 86% 87% 86% 86% 86% 85% 85% 86% 69% 71% 71% 73% 73% 7 68% 68% Year of High School Graduation Low Income Non-low Income Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 4

5 Large Variation in Second Year Persistence Rates by Student Group % Central Texas HS Grads Enrolled in Texas Higher Ed that Persist Into Second Year, by Student Group, Class of 2012 Non-low income Asian Male Non-low income Asian Female Low income Asian Female Low income Asian Male Non-low income White Female Non-low income Black Female Non-low income Hispanic Female Non-low income White Male Non-low income Hispanic Male Low income White Female Non-low income Black Male Low income Hispanic Female Low income Hispanic Male Low income White Male Low income Black Female Low income Black Male 56% 73% 72% 7 66% 65% 63% 97% 96% 94% 93% 89% 88% 87% 84% 83% Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 10 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees 5

6 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees That Returned in Year 2 Just 6 in 10 Part-time Enrollees Return for Second Year 10 Second Year Retention in Higher Ed, by 1 st Year Enrollment Status, Central Texas, 2012 HS Graduates Part Time in Yr 1 Full time in Yr 1 Part Time in Yr 2 Full Time in Yr 2 Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and higher education data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 6

7 Year 1 Enrollment Type Wide Variability in Second Year Return Rates Among Students Enrolling Full- or Part-time in First Year Second Year Retention in Higher Ed, by 1st Year Enrollment Status, Central Texas, 2012 HS Graduates FT - Both Semesters FT - Spring Semester only PT Fall/FT Spring FT Fall/PT Spring PT - Both Semesters PT - Spring Semester only FT - Fall Semester only PT - Fall Semester only Part-time in Yr 2* Full-time in Yr 2 10 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees That Returned in Year 2 * Full-time enrollment in Yr2 defined as either enrolled FT in both semesters or enrolled FT in Spring only. Part-time enrollment includes all other enrollment patterns. Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and higher education data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 7

8 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees 10 Regardless of Income Status, Fewer Part-time Enrollees Persist to Second Year Second Year Persistence in Higher Ed, Central Texas, 2012 HS Graduates PT in Year 1 FT in Year 1 PT in Year 1 FT in Year 1 Low Income Non-low Income Part Time in Yr 2 Full Time in Yr 2 Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and higher education data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 8

9 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees 10 Persistence Similar between Low Income ELL and Non-ELL Enrollees Second Year Persistence in Higher Ed, Central Texas, 2012 HS Graduates 67% 68% ELL Non-ELL Note: ELL is ELL while in high school. Too few ELL s are non-low income to include non-low income results in this chart. Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and higher education data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 9

10 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees Black Students in Higher Ed Lowest Persistence Rate 10 95% Second Year Persistence in Higher Ed, Central Texas, 2012 HS Graduates 75% 84% 66% Asian Black Hispanic White Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and higher education data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 10

11 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees 10 All Ethnic Groups Show Huge Persistence Gap Between Part-time and Full-time Enrollment 98% 84% Second Year Persistence in Higher Ed, Central Texas, 2012 HS Graduates 9 94% 59% 59% 46% Asian Black Hispanic White Full-time Part-time Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and higher education data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 11

12 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees Among Low Income Students, All Ethnic Groups Show Persistence Gaps Between PT and FT Enrollment 10 96% Second Year Low Income Persistence in Higher Ed, Central Texas, 2012 HS Graduates 86% 75% 86% 86% 41% 54% 44% Asian Black Hispanic White Full-time Part-time Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and higher education data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 12

13 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees Among Non-low Income Students, All Ethnic Groups Show Persistence Gaps Between PT and FT Enrollment 10 99% Second Year Non-low Income Persistence in Higher Ed, Central Texas, 2012 HS Graduates 81% 91% 93% 95% 68% 63% Asian Black Hispanic White Full-time Part-time Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and higher education data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 13

14 41% of Full-time Community College Enrollees Transferred to 4-Year Institution Full-time Community College Students Enrolled Within One Year of Graduating in 2010 Who Transferred to 4 Year IHE by Fall 4 th Year 14, Not enrolled in community college or not full-time 950 Full-time enrolled in community college, did not transfer 561 Full-time enrolled in community college, transferred to fouryear IHE Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and higher education data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 14

15 Percent of Enrollees 10 6-year Higher Education Completion Rates Not Improving Over Time Percent of Central Texas High School Grads That Enrolled in Texas Higher Ed Within 1-Year, Completing College Within 6-Years, By HS Grad Class 49% 48% 47% 48% 48% 49% High School Graduating Class Note: Completion is defined as receiving a certificate, associate s degree, or bachelor s degree. Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and Higher Ed enrollment and completion data at the UT Austin ERC 15

16 Percent of Enrollees 10 Majority of Central Texas Higher Education Completers Earn Bachelors Degrees Percent of Central Texas High School Grads That Enrolled in Texas Higher Ed Within 1-Year, Completing College Within 6-Years, By HS Grad Class and Diploma Type Bachelors Associates Certificates High School Graduating Class Note: Completion is defined as receiving a certificate, associate s degree, or bachelor s degree. Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and Higher Ed enrollment and completion data at the UT Austin ERC 16

17 Percent of Enrollees Majority of Higher Ed Enrollees That Earn a Certificate, Associates, or Bachelors Do So Within 5 Years 10 Percent of Central Texas HS Grads That Enrolled in Texas Higher Ed Within 1-Year, Completing College Within 2 to 10-Years, By HS Grad Class 59% by Year 10 by Year 5 24% by Year 4 10-Years 9-Years 8-Years 7-Years 6-Years 5-Years 4-Years 3-Years 2-Years 0.8% 1.2% % % % % % High School Graduating Class Note: Completion is defined as receiving a certificate, associate s degree, or bachelor s degree. Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and Higher Ed enrollment and completion data at the UT Austin ERC 17

18 Percent of Higher Ed Enrollees Large Gaps Higher Education Completion Persist 10 Percent of HS Grads That Enrolled in Higher Ed in Texas Within One Year of Graduating From HS Then Completed College Within 6 Years, by Ethnicity, Central Texas 66% 69% 54% 57% 33% 29% 35% 33% High School Graduating Class Asian Black Hispanic White Note: Completion is defined as receiving a certificate, associate s degree, or bachelor s degree. Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of high school graduation and higher education enrollment data at the UT Austin ERC 18

19 Percent of Enrollees 6-year Higher Ed Completion Rates Higher for Low Income and Non-low Income Grads in Class of Percent of Central Texas High School Graduates That Enrolled in Texas Higher Ed Within 1-year, Completing College Within 6-Years, By High School Graduating Class and Economic Status 53% 53% 52% 54% 53% 27% 28% 26% 28% 28% 3 57% High School Graduating Class Low Income Non-low Income Note: Completion defined as receiving a certificate, associate s degree, or bachelor s degree Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and Higher Ed enrollment and completion data at the UT Austin ERC 19

20 One in Four Central Texas Graduates Complete College Within 6 Years of Finishing High School High School Graduates at 2-or 4-Year Higher Education Institutions in Texas, Central Texas Class of % 43% 5 of 14,054 HS Graduates Enrolled within 1 year Persisted into 2nd year Persisted into or completed by 3rd year Persisted into or completed by 4th year Completed within 6 Years 10 Percent of High School Graduates Note: Including HS grads that did not enroll within one year of graduating from high school increases the 6-year completion rate from 28 to 30 percent. Note: Completion is defined as receiving a certificate, associate s degree, or bachelor s degree. Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 20

21 Low Income Non-low Income One in Ten Low Income Graduates Complete College Within 6 Years of Finishing High School High School Graduates at 2-or 4-Year Higher Education Institutions, Central Texas Class of % 45% 51% 59% 68% Enrolled within 1 year Persisted into 2nd year 12% 21% 25% 32% 44% Persisted into or completed by 3rd year Persisted into or completed by 4th year Completed within 6 Years 10 Percent of High School Graduates Note: Excludes HS grads that did not enroll within one year of graduating from high school. Note: Completion defined as receiving a certificate, associate s degree, or bachelor s degree Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of data at the UT Austin Education Research Center 21

22 Percent of Enrollees Completing Within 6 Years Fewer Than 1 of 5 Part-time Enrollees Complete College Within 6 Years 10 Percent of Central Texas High School Graduates That Enrolled Part or Fulltime in Texas Higher Ed Within 1-year, Completing College Within 6-Years, 2008 HS Graduates 67% 16% Enrolled Part-time in yr 1 Enrolled Full-time in yr 1 Note: Completion defined as receiving a certificate, associate s degree, or bachelor s degree Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and Higher Ed enrollment and completion data at the UT Austin ERC 22

23 Percent of Enrollees Completing Within 6 Years Regardless of Income, 6-year Higher Ed Completion Rates Are Lower For Part-time Enrollees 10 Percent of Central Texas High School Graduates That Enrolled Part or Fulltime in Texas Higher Ed Within 1-year, Completing College Within 6-Years 2008 HS Graduates 71% 48% 1 19% Enrolled Part-time in yr 1 Enrolled Full-time in yr 1 Low Income Non-low Income Note: Completion defined as receiving a certificate, associate s degree, or bachelor s degree Source: E 3 Alliance analysis of PEIMS and Higher Ed enrollment and completion data at the UT Austin ERC 23

24 The conclusions of this research do not necessarily reflect the opinions or official position of the Texas Education Agency, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, or the State of Texas. E 3 Alliance

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