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This Week in IPEDS  February 1, 2011
  1. New Publication to be Released Tomorrow
  2. 200% Graduation Rates Publication
  3. Space Still Available in IPEDS Workshop

New Publication to be Released Tomorrow

The following NCES publication is scheduled for release tomorrow, February 2, 2011: Enrollment in Postsecondary Institutions, Fall 2009; Graduation Rates, 2003 & 2006 Cohorts; and Financial Statistics, Fiscal Year 2009. The NCES publication number is: 2011230. It will be available from the NCES publication page at: .

200% Graduation Rates Publication

The following NCES publication is now available: Tracking Students to 200 Percent of Normal Time: Effect on Institutional Graduation Rates. This Issue Brief examines institutional graduation rates reported at 200 percent of normal time, a time frame that corresponds to completing a bachelor's degree in 8 years and an associate's degree in 4 years. The report compares these rates with those reported at 150 percent and 100 percent of normal time for all nine institutional sectors. The purpose is to determine whether the longer time frame results in higher institutional graduation rates. The NCES publication number is 2011221 and it can be found at: .

Space Still Available in IPEDS Workshop

The Association for Institutional Research (AIR) still has space available at an upcoming workshop: INAIR IPEDS Workshop - March 2, 2011; Indianapolis, Indiana. Title: Leading (Managing) an IPEDS Cycle: Module 2 and IPEDS Finance Training for IR Professionals.

This face-to-face training session is geared toward IPEDS data providers and users and is taught by experienced practitioners from across the country. The workshop is co-hosted by AIR, with funding provided by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). Participants may apply for travel assistance awards. For additional information and to request a seat for this workshop, please visit

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