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What are the options when a global pandemic usurps a student’s well-made plans to attend college?

Student melt

The Student Melt Conundrum Students have made their college choice decision, completed all of the required admission steps, received admittance, and then (based on the experiences of most colleges and universities) they don’t register.  This is known in the college admissions and enrollment community as student melt.  In an average year, up to 20% of […]

U.S. Colleges Team Up to Bring Stopouts Back to School

SAN FRANCISCO— June 16, 2020 — Students who have some college experience but no degree have a new path to graduation, thanks to a national initiative launched today by thirteen colleges including Eastern Michigan University, University of Idaho, Brandman University, and University of Tennessee, Martin. The first-of-its-kind initiative, called the ReUp Network, will enable students […]

Let’s stand together in solidarity

Recent events across the country, including the senseless murders of Black Americans like Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and Ahmaud Arbery, demonstrate how far we have to go as a country to embrace diversity and end racial inequality. Systemic racism remains endemic to American society, and we stand alongside our Black colleagues, partners, and students in […]

COVID-19 Stopout Student Survey: Key Insights

In the weeks following the COVID-19 pandemic, ReUp Education surveyed thousands of stopout students at our partner colleges and universities to understand how the crisis was affecting their academic, personal, and professional goals.  We found that many stopouts, whether they have re-enrolled in college or not, are facing significant life disruption as a result of […]

4 Questions to Ask About Your Stopout Re-enrollment Strategy

Questions to Ask About Your Stopout Re-enrollment Strategy

In the last year, we have noticed a change in how higher education professionals are talking about stopped out students. Prior to this shift, the most innovative minds on the issue of ‘some college, no degree’ students were the ones who were taking note of the issue at all. What we are seeing now is […]