National Freshman Motivation to Complete College

Analyzes feedback from more than 90,000 college freshmen to learn what’s most important to them and how to recruit, retain, and graduate these students. The report provides insights into how freshmen are gauging their potential to graduate, what barriers (financial, academic, social, motivational) might get in their way, and how knowledgeable they are about available resources.

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