The American College President Study (ACPS)
The American College President Study
(ACPS), launched by ACE in 1986, is the oldest, most comprehensive and in-depth source of information about the life and work of college and university presidents from all sectors of American higher education. With generous support from the TIAA Institute, CPRS released the eighth edition of the ACPS in June 2017.
Analysis of National Postsecondary Student Aid Survey Data: Post-Traditional Learner Profiles
CPRS is developing the first-ever comprehensive profile of post-traditional learners—including working, service member, single parent, and underrepresented minority learners—to better define and understand how such students pay for college and at what rates they attain degrees.
Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education: A Status Report
With generous support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, CPRS is undertaking a new initiative to examine gaps and progress in educational attainment for historically underrepresented student populations. This new effort will provide a data-informed foundation to help build the case for policies and practices that support the needs of students, faculty, and staff of color in higher education, and builds on ACE’s longstanding Minorities in Higher Education Status Report.
Community College Student Success
With support from
Hobsons, this quantitative research series aims to better understand the impact
of pre-college and college-level characteristics on upward transfer, degree
completion, and early labor market success for community college students.
Research Support for ACE’s Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement (CIGE)
Minority-Serving Institutions Issue and Policy Brief Series
Higher Ed Spotlight
Higher Ed Spotlight is a collection of infographics that cover relevant and timely issues of interest to higher education stakeholders. CPRS graduate research associates identify topics and conduct analysis for many of CPRS’ Higher Ed Spotlight infographics.
CPRS provides commentary and analysis on today’s
most pressing concerns and innovative practices in higher education policy and
research. Posts have explored issues such as campus climate, higher education
rating systems, and food insecurity on campus.