To find information on graduating classes or alumni, access the institution’s website, and then search for the graduating class by year. For statistical information on graduating classes, use the College Navigator tool offered by the U.S. Department of Education on the National Center for Education
As of September 2014, the U.S. population is 318 million people and approximately 30 percent, or 95 million, have graduated college with a bachelor’s degree. Another 17 percent, or 54 million, have graduated with an associate's degree.
For many, graduating early from college represents a significant financial advantage by reducing the amount of student-loan debt incurred. To finish college as quickly as possible, you need to create and stick to a plan that begins prior to enrollment. By taking advantage of extra and pre-enrollment
During the 2011 to 2012 academic year, the United States Department of Education reported approximately 3,724,100 students graduated with at least an associate degree from an American college or university. In 2014, the number is projected to increase to 3,798,500.
Some common college classes in the U.S. are freshman composition and U.S. history, states HumanitiesIndicators.org. Other common college classes include introductory literature and Western civilization/culture courses and language courses such as introductory and intermediate Spanish.
Free online college courses include former classes from accredited campuses such as Adolescent Health and Development from John Hopkins University, career-advancement lessons from open education resources such as 21 Days to Building a Web Business from Alison, and for-credit courses from leading uni
There are several ways to obtain a list of graduates from a particular college, providing the list is public at all. Perform a keyword search using several major search engines. Search within a particular college's website for lists of graduates, or search for alumni lists by department.
A high school transcript and a competitive GPA, a high school diploma or general equivalency diploma, standardized test scores, an admissions essay and an interview are some requirements to go to college. There is no standard list of requirements, as some schools do not require standardized test sco
Graduation may seem like a lot of fuss over nothing, especially if all you want to do is take a moment to relax and enjoy summer after finishing high school or college. Huge crowds, long speeches and the expense of robes you wear only once can all be a hassle, but graduation is also a special occasi
The federal college graduation rate reflects the percentage of students who remain at the same university and finish their degrees within six years. It is significantly different from the degree attainment rate, which measures how many students walk away from a university with a degree.