We're tracking America's progress toward the nation's 60% attainment goal.
July 13, 2021
The Post 9/11 GI Bill (PGIB) is among the largest and most generous college subsidies enacted thus far in the U.S. This working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research examines the impact of the PGIB on veterans’ college-going, degree completion, federal education tax benefit utilization, and long-term earnings.
July 1, 2021
This report examines student veterans’ experiences with and perceptions of having their military learning recognized by a postsecondary institution.
Oct. 30, 2020
Student veterans are significantly underrepresented at colleges and universities with the highest graduation rates: only 10 percent of GI Bill recipients attend institutions with six-year graduation rates above 70 percent, compared to 21 percent of the overall student population. This brief from Ithaka S+R outlines four key practices, along with institutional examples, to help college and university leaders lay…
April 27, 2020
When students go to college, they are confronted with a flurry of paperwork—applications, financial aid forms, housing forms, and so on—all of which seems pretty routine. Increasingly, however, some schools have been including an additional form hidden in that stack of innocuous documents that is quite unlike the others: an enrollment contract.
June 13, 2013
In this issue, you’ll meet several student veterans who speak candidly about their transition to campus life, and you’ll meet the people who are helping to ease those transitions.