Working with the National Student Clearinghouse to Learn about UW-Madison Students
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Originally created for determining federal student loan eligibility and deferment status, the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) is a now massive database of enrollment and degree records submitted by over 2,800 participating colleges and universities. Covering over 90 percent of enrollments nationwide, it has evolved from a simple verification tool into a rich source of information for institutional and educational research. In this presentation, two campus staff with extensive experience with the NSC will highlight how UW-Madison is utilizing the database and what it can teach us about the university's applicants, students, and graduates.
National Student Clearinghouse (NSC)