The House Committee on Education and Labor, Higher Education and Workforce Investment Subcommittee held a hearing on “The Cost of Non-Completion: Improving Student Outcomes in Higher Education” in which the Committee discussed barriers to enter postsecondary education and for completion:
Nontraditional students who have to work/take care of family
Changing majors which can expend Pell
Students short by a few hundred dollars, therefore, cannot graduate
“Hold-your-spot” enrollment deposit
Read ASAHP’s full memo here.