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1 8 February 2015 STATE SUPPLEMENT Completing College: A State-Level View of Student Attainment Rates

2 Completing College: A State-Level View of Student Attainment Rates In the state supplement to our eighth Signature Report, a national study on college completion, we take a state-bystate look at the various pathways that students take to complete a college degree or certificate. Suggested Citation: Shapiro, D., Dundar, A., Wakhungu, P., Yuan, X., & Harrell, A. (2015, February). Completing College: A State-Level View of Student Attainment Rates (Signature Report No. 8a). Herndon, VA: National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. Among the study's findings: Nationally, 13 percent of students who started at four-year public institutions completed at an institution other than the starting institution. In 24 states, students who started at four-year public institutions had a higher completion rate elsewhere, with Minnesota having the highest rate at 25 percent followed by Missouri with 24 percent. Traditional graduation measures do not include student completions that happen at institutions other than the starting institution. This means that completions elsewhere are counted as non-persistence. Our state-specific results show that, in nearly every state, not tracking completions elsewhere would lead to at least a 20 percent increase in the non-persistence rate for students who started at four-year public institutions. Nationally, one in three students who started at two-year public institutions completed at an institution other than the one where they first enrolled. In seven states, more than 40 percent of all completions for two-year public starters happened elsewhere. In five states (Iowa, North Dakota, Virginia, Kansas, Texas), more than 20 percent of the students who started at two-year public institutions completed at a four-year institution (with or without first receiving a credential at a two-year institution) within six years. Kansas had the highest rate at 25 percent followed by Virginia at 23 percent (compared to 16 percent nationally). In 11 states, at least one in five women who started at two-year public institutions completed at a fouryear institution. Only in two states did at least 20 percent of men who started at a two-year public institution complete at a four-year institution. In 16 states, for students who started at four-year private nonprofit institutions, the completion rate was over 74 percent, the overall U.S. completion rate for students who started in this sector. In all but one of those 16 states, one in 10 completions happened at an institution other than the starting institution. In two of states (Minnesota and New York), one in five students who started at four-year private non-profit institutions and completed a degree did so at an institution other than the one where they first enrolled. Tracking students who started college in one state and completed in another substantially added to the overall completion rate for students who started at four-year public and four-year private non-profit 2015 National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 1

3 institutions. In 22 states, more than five percent of the starting cohort in four-year public institutions completed in a state different than the starting institution s state. This was true for students who started at four-year private non-profit institutions in 33 states. In most states, traditional-age students starting at four-year public institutions had higher completion rates than the delayed entry (age 21-24) and adult learner (over age 24) groups. In six states (Arizona, California, Iowa, Michigan, New Mexico, and North Carolina), delayed entry students had a higher completion rate than traditional-age students. In only five states, at least one in three exclusively part-time students at four-year public institutions received a credential (compared to 21 percent nationally). In 21 states, more than 70 percent of students in this category had not received a credential and were not enrolled at the end of six years (compared to 68 percent nationally). The Signature Report State Supplement includes detailed tables, providing a state-by-state overview of college completion outcomes within the four-year public, two-year public, and four-year private nonprofit sectors. Table of Contents NOTE: Please ignore the Click to Enlarge instructions next to About This Report the figures. This option only Introduction works in the online version of o Cohort and Data Definitions the report, which is available at o Highlighting State-Level Results Results o Table 1. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 2. Six-Year Outcomes for Exclusively Full-Time Students Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 3. Six-Year Outcomes for Exclusively Part-Time Students Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 4. Six-Year Outcomes for Mixed Enrollment Students Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 5. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Age 20 or Younger at First Entry Who Started at Four- Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 6. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Over Age 20 Through Age 24 at First Entry Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 7. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Over Age 24 at First Entry Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 8. Six-Year Outcomes of Women Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 9. Six-Year Outcomes of Men Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 10. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 11. Six-Year Outcomes for Exclusively Full-Time Students Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 12. Six-Year Outcomes for Exclusively Part-Time Students Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 13. Six-Year Outcomes for Mixed Enrollment Students Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State 2015 National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 2

4 o Table 14. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Age 20 or Younger at First Entry Who Started at Two- Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 15. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Over Age 20 Through Age 24 at First Entry Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 16. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Over Age 24 at First Entry Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 17. Six-Year Outcomes of Women Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 18. Six-Year Outcomes of Men Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State o Table 19. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Who Started at Four-Year Private Nonprofit Institutions, by Origin State o Table 20. Six-Year Outcomes for Exclusively Full-Time Students Who Started at Four-Year Private Nonprofit Institutions, by Origin State o Table 21. Six-Year Outcomes for Exclusively Part-Time Students Who Started at Four-Year Private Nonprofit Institutions, by Origin State o Table 22. Six-Year Outcomes for Mixed Enrollment Students Who Started at Four-Year Private Nonprofit Institutions, by Origin State o Table 23. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Age 20 or Younger at First Entry Who Started at Four- Year Private Nonprofit Institutions, by Origin State o Table 24. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Over Age 20 Through Age 24 at First Entry Who Started at Four-Year Private Nonprofit Institutions, by Origin State o Table 25. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Over Age 24 at First Entry Who Started at Four-Year Private Nonprofit Institutions, by Origin State o Table 26. Six-Year Outcomes of Women Who Started at Four-Year Private Nonprofit Institutions, by Origin State o Table 27. Six-Year Outcomes of Men Who Started at Four-Year Private Nonprofit Institutions, by Origin State o Table 28. Six-Year Completion Rates Across State Lines for Students Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions in Fall 2008, by Origin State o Table 29. Six-Year Completion Rates Across State Lines for Students Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions in Fall 2008, by Origin State o Table 30. Six-Year Completion Rates Across State Lines for Students Who Started at Four-Year Private Nonprofit Institutions in Fall 2008, by Origin State Appendix A: Coverage Appendix B: Unique Student Headcounts by State and Institution Type 2015 National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 3

5 About This Report AUTHORS National Student Clearinghouse Research Center Doug Shapiro Afet Dundar Project on Academic Success, Indiana University Phoebe Khasiala Wakhungu Xin Yuan Autumn T. Harrell SPONSOR This report was supported by a grant from the Lumina Foundation. Lumina Foundation, an Indianapolisbased private foundation, is committed to enrolling and graduating more students from college especially 21st century students: low-income students, students of color, first-generation students and adult learners. Lumina s goal is to increase the percentage of Americans who hold high-quality degrees and credentials to 60 percent by Lumina pursues this goal in three ways: by identifying and supporting effective practice, through public policy advocacy, and by using our communications and convening power to build public will for change. For more information, log on to National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 4

6 Introduction As a supplement to Completing College: A National View of Student Attainment Rates Fall 2008 Cohort (2014), hereafter Completing College, this report focuses on six-year student success outcomes and college completion rates by state. The results are displayed in three sets of tables organized by institution type, showing each state s outcomes for students who started postsecondary education at four-year public institutions, two-year public institutions, and four-year private nonprofit institutions. Each set of tables provides state-level overviews of college completion outcomes. Further results are included, showing state-level six-year outcomes for students: By enrollment intensity across the six-year study period exclusively full time (Tables 2, 11, 20), exclusively part time (Tables 3, 12, 21), and mixed enrollment (Tables 4, 13, 22); By age at first entry to college age 20 and younger (Tables 5, 14, 23), over age 20 through age 24 (Tables 6, 15, 24), and over age 24 (Tables 7, 16, 25); By gender women and men who started at each institution type (Tables 8, 17, 26 and 9, 18, 27, respectively). According to the outcomes presented in Completing College, the overall six-year completion rate for first-time-incollege degree-seeking students who started college in fall 2008 was 55.1 percent, including 13 percent who completed at an institution different from their starting institution. In other words, nearly one in four students who completed a degree did so at an institution other than the one where they first enrolled. The number was closer to one in three for students who started at two-year public institutions a situation that renders their successful outcomes invisible within traditional graduation rate calculations. Findings from Completing College also showed that gains from completions elsewhere were higher for traditional-age students than for delayed entry students (over age 20 through age 24 at first entry) and adult learners (over age 24 at first entry). Moreover, there was a large gap between the overall completion rates of traditional-age students and older students, with adult learners showing a six-year completion rate 17 percentage points lower than that for the traditional-age group (42 percent and 59 percent, respectively). The total completion rates for students who started at each of the three largest institution categories ranged from 39.1 percent for students who started at two year public institutions to 62.8 percent for those who started at fouryear public institutions and 73.6 percent for students who started at four year private nonprofit institutions (see Table i below; Completing College for further discussion). The overall proportion of students completing elsewhere, however, was roughly the same for students who started at any of these institution types about 13 to 14 percent of the starting cohort National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 5

7 Table i. Six-Year Outcomes by Starting Institution Type (N=2,668,614) Completion at Still Enrolled Not Enrolled Total Same Completion at (At Any (At Any Completion Institution Different Institution) Institution) Rate (%) (%) Institution (%) (%) (%) Institution Type Two- Year Four- Year Overall Four-Year Public Four-Year Private Nonprofit Four-Year Private For Profit Two-Year Public Two-Year Private Nonprofit Two-Year Private For Profit 2015 National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 6

8 Building on the findings presented in Completing College, this follow-up report explores college completion rates for each state where the Clearinghouse historical data coverage for the study cohort was 65 percent or higher. Both Completing College and this supplemental report focus on the cohort entering college as first-time 1 students in fall 2008, following them through May 31, 2014, and highlighting six-year student outcomes, including degree and certificate completion and continuing enrollment (persistence). Completions were identified using a combination of degree/certificate award records submitted by institutions as part of their participation in the Clearinghouse's DegreeVerify SM and StudentTracker SM services. Details on weighting and the imputation of missing data can be found in Appendix A of Completing College. 1 Due to the need to establish students' first-time status, only institutions that submitted enrollment data dating back to June 1, 2004 to the Clearinghouse are included in the report. Historical coverage rates are based on these institutions. COHORT AND DATA DEFINITIONS The cohort examined in this study is made up of first-time degree-seeking students who started their postsecondary studies in the fall of 2008, nearly 2.7 million students. Fall 2008 enrollments were defined as enrollment during any term beginning August 11 through October 31, inclusive; if the institution had no term begin date during this period, then between July 14 and August 10, 2008, inclusive. First-time status was established by confirming that a student (1) did not show any postsecondary enrollment record in the four years prior to summer 2008 and (2) did not receive a degree or certificate from any postsecondary institution prior to fall 2008, according to Clearinghouse data. Former dual enrollment students, first-time college students in fall 2008 who had taken college courses while still in high school were included in the study cohort. HIGHLIGHTING STATE-LEVEL RESULTS This supplemental report presents student outcomes by the state of students' entering institution. Data coverage for the cohort identified in this study varies somewhat across states and across institution types within states (see Appendix A of this report for coverage by state and institution type). Accordingly, we have included state-by-state results for four-year public, two-year public, and four-year private nonprofit institutions, including under each of these categories only those states for which the historical data coverage for the cohort is 65 percent or higher. Using this approach, we produced tables showing results for 49 and 41 of the 50 states for four-year public and two-year public institutions respectively, and 42 states plus the District of Columbia for four-year private nonprofit institutions. Table ii., below, shows the states included in the tables presented for each institution type in this supplement to the national report National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 7

9 Table ii. Representation of Each State in Results Tables by Institution Type State Four-Year Public Two-Year Public Four-Year Private Nonprofit Alabama X X Alaska * Arizona X * Arkansas X X X California X X X Colorado X X X Connecticut X X X Delaware * X District of Columbia X Florida X X X Georgia X X X Hawaii X X Idaho X X * Illinois X X X 2015 National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 8

10 Indiana X X Iowa X X X Kansas X X Kentucky X X X Louisiana X X Maine X X X Maryland X X X Massachusetts X X X Michigan X X Minnesota X X X Mississippi X X Missouri X X X Montana X X X Nebraska X X X Nevada X * 2015 National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 9

11 New Hampshire X X New Jersey X X X New Mexico X * New York X X X North Carolina X X X North Dakota X X X Ohio X X X Oklahoma X Oregon X X X Pennsylvania X X X Rhode Island * * X South Carolina X X X South Dakota X X X Tennessee X X X Texas X X X 2015 National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 10

12 Utah X * * Vermont X X X Virginia X X X Washington X X X West Virginia X Wisconsin X X X Wyoming X X X Included in report * Fewer than three institutions (blank) Lower than 65% coverage Results are not reported because the cohort includes both two-year and four-year enrollments. To further guide readers regarding coverage, and consequently the relative confidence with which results should be interpreted, for each institution type, we grouped the states according to the following three levels of coverage: Low coverage: States with coverage between 65 and 79 percent Medium coverage: States with coverage between 80 and 89 percent High Coverage: States with coverage of 90 percent or higher 2015 National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 11

13 Results Table 1. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Total First Completion Completion at Starting Still Enrolled (at Not Enrolled (at State Rate Institution Four-Year Two-Year Any Institution) Any Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware * * * * * * 2015 National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 12

14 Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 13

15 Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 14

16 Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) New Jersey New Mexico New York States with Low Historical Coverage (65%-79%) Oklahoma * Fewer than three institutions. For the proportions of in-state and out-of-state completions see Table 28. Results are not reported because the cohort includes both two-year and four-year enrollments National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 15

17 Table 2. Six-Year Outcomes for Exclusively Full-Time Students Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Total First Completion Completion at Starting Still Enrolled (at Not Enrolled (at Rate Institution Four-Year Two-Year Any Institution) Any Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware * * * * * * Florida Georgia National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 16

18 Hawaii Idaho Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 17

19 Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 18

20 Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) New Jersey New Mexico New York States with Low Historical Coverage (65%-79%) Oklahoma * Fewer than three institutions. Results are not reported because the cohort includes both two-year and four-year enrollments National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 19

21 Table 3. Six-Year Outcomes for Exclusively Part-Time Students Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Total First Completion Completion at Starting Still Enrolled (at Not Enrolled (at State Rate Institution Four-Year Two-Year Any Institution) Any Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware * * * * * * Florida Georgia National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 20

22 Hawaii Idaho Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 21

23 Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 22

24 Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ** ** ** ** ** ** States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) New Jersey New Mexico New York States with Low Historical Coverage (65%-79%) Oklahoma * Fewer than three institutions. ** Fewer than 50 students in subgroup. Results are not reported because the cohort includes both two-year and four-year enrollments National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 23

25 Table 4. Six-Year Outcomes for Mixed Enrollment Students Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Total First Completion Completion at Starting Still Enrolled (at Not Enrolled (at State Rate Institution Four-Year Two-Year Any Institution) Any Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware * * * * * * Florida Georgia National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 24

26 Hawaii Idaho Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 25

27 Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 26

28 Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) New Jersey New Mexico New York States with Low Historical Coverage (65%-79%) Oklahoma * Fewer than three institutions. Results are not reported because the cohort includes both two-year and four-year enrollments National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 27

29 Table 5. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Age 20 or Younger at First Entry Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Total First Completion Completion at Starting Still Enrolled (at Not Enrolled (at State Rate Institution Four-Year Two-Year Any Institution) Any Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware * * * * * * Florida Georgia National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 28

30 Hawaii Idaho Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 29

31 Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 30

32 Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) New Jersey New Mexico New York States with Low Historical Coverage (65%-79%) Oklahoma * Fewer than three institutions. Results are not reported because the cohort includes both two-year and four-year enrollments National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 31

33 Table 6. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Over Age 20 Through Age 24 at First Entry Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Total First Completion Completion at Starting Still Enrolled (at Not Enrolled (at State Rate Institution Four-Year Two-Year Any Institution) Any Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware * * * * * * Florida Georgia National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 32

34 Hawaii Idaho Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 33

35 Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 34

36 Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) New Jersey New Mexico New York States with Low Historical Coverage (65%-79%) Oklahoma * Fewer than three institutions. Results are not reported because the cohort includes both two-year and four-year enrollments National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 35

37 Table 7. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Over Age 24 at First Entry Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Total First Completion Completion at Starting Still Enrolled (at Not Enrolled (at State Rate Institution Four-Year Two-Year Any Institution) Any Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware * * * * * * Florida Georgia National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 36

38 Hawaii Idaho Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 37

39 Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 38

40 Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) New Jersey New Mexico New York States with Low Historical Coverage (65%-79%) Oklahoma * Fewer than three institutions. Results are not reported because the cohort includes both two-year and four-year enrollments National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 39

41 Table 8. Six-Year Outcomes of Women Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Total First Completion Completion at Starting Still Enrolled (at Not Enrolled (at State Rate Institution Four-Year Two-Year Any Institution) Any Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware * * * * * * Florida Georgia National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 40

42 Hawaii Idaho Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 41

43 Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 42

44 Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) New Jersey New Mexico New York States with Low Historical Coverage (65%-79%) Oklahoma * Fewer than three institutions. Results are not reported because the cohort includes both two-year and four-year enrollments National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 43

45 Table 9. Six-Year Outcomes of Men Who Started at Four-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Total First Completion Completion at Starting Still Enrolled (at Not Enrolled (at State Rate Institution Four-Year Two-Year Any Institution) Any Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware * * * * * * Florida Georgia National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 44

46 Hawaii Idaho Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 45

47 Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 46

48 Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) New Jersey New Mexico New York States with Low Historical Coverage (65%-79%) Oklahoma * Fewer than three institutions. Results are not reported because the cohort includes both two-year and four-year enrollments National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 47

49 Table 10. Six-Year Outcomes for Students Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Subsequent First Completion Total Four- Still Not Total Completion at a Four- Year Enrolled Enrolled Completion at Starting Two- Four- Year Completion (at Any (at Any State Rate Institution Year Year Institution Rate Institution) Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) California Colorado Connecticut Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 48

50 Kentucky Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada * * * * * * * * New Jersey New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 49

51 Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * * * South Carolina Tennessee Vermont Virginia Washington Wisconsin Wyoming States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) Arkansas Kansas Montana South Dakota National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 50

52 States with Low Historical Coverage (65%-79%) Texas Utah * * * * * * * * * Fewer than three institutions. For the proportions of in-state and out-of-state completions see Table National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 51

53 Table 11. Six-Year Outcomes for Exclusively Full-Time Students Who Started at Two-Year Public Institutions, by Origin State First Completion at Different Institution (Anywhere in U.S.) Subsequent First Completion Total Four- Still Not Total Completion at a Four- Year Enrolled Enrolled Completion at Starting Two- Four- Year Completion (at Any (at Any State Rate Institution Year Year Institution Rate Institution) Institution) U.S. Overall States with High Historical Coverage (90% or higher) California Colorado Connecticut Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 52

54 Iowa Kentucky Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada * * * * * * * * New Jersey New York North Carolina North Dakota National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 53

55 Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island * * * * * * * * South Carolina Tennessee Vermont Virginia Washington Wisconsin Wyoming States with Medium Historical Coverage (80%-89%) Arkansas Kansas Montana National Student Clearinghouse. All rights reserved. 54

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