Sunday, December 4, 2022
The RP Group

Completion and Transfer

 Completion and Transfer

To improve persistence, completion, and transfer rates particularly among students of color, low-income students, and first-generation students, we, at the RP Group, study how student populations progress through college and how college programs, services, processes, and policies affect these rates.

 Related Projects

College Spotlights feature ESL innovations taking place in California Community Colleges that support ESL student success. This includes an overview of key information relevant to other institutions that may be interested in implementing ESL course transferability practices.


College Spotlights feature ESL innovations taking place in California Community Colleges that support ESL student success. This includes an overview of key information relevant to other institutions that may be interested in implementing ESL course transferability practices.


College Spotlights feature ESL innovations taking place in California Community Colleges that support ESL student success. This includes an overview of key information relevant to other institutions that may be interested in implementing ESL course transferability practices.


College Spotlights feature ESL innovations taking place in California Community Colleges that support ESL student success. This includes an overview of key information relevant to other institutions that may be interested in implementing ESL course transferability practices.


College Spotlights feature ESL innovations taking place in California Community Colleges that support ESL student success. This includes an overview of key information relevant to other institutions that may be interested in implementing ESL course transferability practices.


Research project designed to identify which factors have the greatest influence on transfer outcomes among high-leverage African-American learners in the CCC system. The project involves a mixed-methods approach to identify the “tipping points” for transfer-focused African-American students.



Project to support Just Equation’s Equity in Math Pathways work, a statewide quantitative analysis to better understand equitable access to and progress through STEM and non-STEM math pathways.



Evaluation of the effectiveness and efficiency of the Umoja program across the state.