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Adults Students By The Numbers:
- 44 Million– The number of working age Americans (22 percent) who have some college credits but no degree (2008 American Community Survey)
- 60%– American adults aged 25 to 64 who have not earned either an Associate or Bachelor’s degree (2008 American Community Survey)
- 60% – The percent of jobs in the U.S. that will require a college degree by 2025 (Lumina Foundation).
- 166,000– The number of ADDITIONAL graduates needed annually beyond what is currently being produced in order to educate the workforce of 2025. (Lumina Foundation)
- 3 Million– The gap between the number of undergraduate degree holders that will be produced at current levels compared to what will be needed by employers in 2018. (Georgetown University Center for Education and the Workforce)
- 24– The number of states that have initiated some form of statewide initiative focused on recruiting adults with some college but no degree back to the classroom to finish what they started.
- 10th – The current ranking of the U.S. in the number of its citizens earning two- or four-year degrees.
- Identifying high demand majors and non-degree options
- Creating attractive and academically viable credit transfer/acceptance policies
- Planning innovative marketing and outreach techniques
- Launching an effective web strategy
- Offering manageable admissions/enrollment processes
...and much more.
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Harvard Club of New York City
35 W 44th St
Aslanian Market Research and DemandEngine
July 19-20, 2012