Pearson Inclusive Access model leads to increased retention and graduation rates, along with improved student success

Pearson | October 7, 2021 in Meaningful Outcomes

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Pearson Inclusive Access positively impacts graduation rates, retention rates, and student success

In Fall 2012, Dean of Academic Instruction, Dr. Stephanie Duguid from Copiah-Lincoln Community College, chose to transition to Pearson Inclusive Access with the goals of improving developmental student success rates and first week access to course materials. After implementing the model from 2012-2018, it was learned that:

  • Graduation rates have increased eight percentage points and retention rates have increased ten percentage points.
  • Student success rates in gateway mathematics courses have increased 17 percentage points.
  • Students save an average of 68% off traditional prices when using Inclusive Access course materials.
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