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  1. Para 3) Student saying that college has done nothing for them or not as much as they would of liked
  2. para3) Employers are saying graduates are underprepared as well
  3. Para 5) Jacqueline states that recent studies show that “as little as 40% of college seniors feel they are adequately prepared to start their job search upon graduation”
  4. Para 8) Knowledge is not enough and the majority of employers think so
  5. Para 15) Real life does not rely on memorization
  6. Para 16) “Real life situations demand critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and creativity; all of which are foregone when memorization is the center of education”
  7. Para 18) most employers seek candidates with experience in the field
  8. Para 18)  can’t get a job without having experience, but they
  9. Para 21) No Exposure To Those Employed in the Field
  10. para24) Being able to ask questions will help students gain insight on the jobs day-to-day operations
  11. Para 25) No Education on Necessary Life Skills
  12. colleges fail to provide students with the practical skills required to carry out everyday tasks
  13. Para 28) colleges should be helping students’ master: communication skills, time management skills, organization skills, independence, and relationship building
  14. Para 29)  things that are necessary in life but are rarely taught include: , how to do your taxes, how to build and maintain good credit
  15. Para 34) is one of the ways they can address these failures
  16. Para 34) challenging students’ ways of thinking
  17. Para 34) adding meaningful interactions to lessons
  18. Para 34) providing opportunities to learn through real world applications
  19. Para 34) providing frequent and constructive feedback
  20. Para 37) Without experiencing the workplace for themselves, students have no way of knowing what to expect


Federal Government Publishes More Complete Graduation Rate Data

Lynn O’Shaughnessy

  1. Para 2) The official four-year graduation rate for students attending public colleges and universities is 33.3%
  2. Para 2) The six-year rate is 57.6%
  3. Para 2) private colleges and universities, the four-year graduation rate is 52.8%
  4. Para 2) Privates six year rate is  65.4%
  5. Para 3) despite being official, the graduation-rate figures aren’t as accurate as they say
  6. Para 3) the U.S. Department of Education requires schools to report degree attainment by students who graduate from their institutions
  7. Para 5)  federal government now provides graduation rates for Pell Grant recipients, who represent about a third of all undergraduate students
  8. Para 6) government has required institutions to provide statistics on the graduation success of students who start as full-time freshmen
  9. Para 6) These students, who typically begin undergraduate studies right after graduating from high school, represent only 47% of undergraduate students
  10. Para 11) “ The federal government is publishing statistics for two-year and four-year colleges and universities that show for the first time how many previously ignored transfer and part-time students are progressing towards graduation for a certificate or degree”.
  11. Para 12) Colleges and universities now report the six and eight-year graduation rates of students who were part-time or who transferred in
  12. Para 14) Pell Grant students are less likely to graduate than students with higher incomes
  13. Para 14) “According to the new results, 41.2% of Pell Grant students graduated within six years while 55.4% of students who did not qualify for subsidized federal loans or Pell Grants graduated within that time period”.

Does Learning More at University Actually Pay Off in the Job Market?


  1. Education is one of the most important determinants of wages
  2. college graduates on average, earned 76 percent more than high school grads.
  3. when you go to school you learn useful skills that are later rewarded in the labor market.
  4. in 2015 the median annual earnings for an Ivy League graduate 10 years after starting amount was over $70,000 a year.
  5. in 2006 the Economics and Business Departments reduced the number of classes required to earn a degree
  6. admissions criteria remained the same throughout the reform
  7. reduction in coursework makes students graduate with less knowledge and skills
  8. employers do find the classes we take in school valuable and pay students for that
  9. employers pay for the skills students acquire in college
  10. what matters the most is what students learn in the classroom


Preparing students for life after graduation 

The Chronicle of Higher Education

  1. Para1) students are entering college under growing pressure to make sure their educational experiences translate to viable first jobs and durable career opportunities
  2. Para 2) With these real challenges come heightened expectations for the effectiveness of career services at colleges and universities
  3. Para 3) Historically, the majority of college students came from middle- to upper-class families
  4. Para 4) low-income students increased in enrollment from 12% in 1996 to 20% in 2016
  5. Para 7) Huron’s study also found that 75% of recent graduates credited faculty members as the most important contributor to their success
  6. Para 9) “It is clear faculty should not be expected to be the sole career advisers. They should, however, be able to reinforce to students the importance of accessing career services early in their collegiate careers as part of their academic plans”.


Keiser University – Ft Lauderdale Graduation Rate & Retention Rates

College factual 

  1. Para 2) Keiser University – Ft Lauderdale Has a Better Than Average Freshman Retention Rate
  2. Para 2) With 79.0% of students making it past their freshman year, Keiser University – Ft Lauderdale has freshman retention rates above the national average.
  3. Para 2) Nationwide, the average first year to second year retention rate is 69.0%
  4. Para 3) Overall, 55.6% of Keiser University – Ft Lauderdale Undergrads Finish Within Six Years
  5. Para 5) College factual states that “We consider the “on-time” graduation rate for a bachelor’s degree to be four years, but colleges typically report their graduation rates after six or even eight years”
  6. Para 7) First-time, full-time students under the age of 25 are much more likely to graduate in four years (on-time)
  7. Para 10) With a four year graduation rate of 44.0% , first-time students in the Keiser University – Ft Lauderdale class of 2015 who attended classes full-time were more likely than average to graduate on time
  8. Para 10) After six years, the graduation rate was 64.7% and by 2019 ,66.0% of this class had completed their degree
  9. Para 11) the average graduation rate for first-time undergraduates attending classes full-time is: 35.8%
  10. Para 11) after four years, 46.4%
  11. Para 11) 47.8% after eight years
  12. Para 12) Studies have shown that high-achieving students are more likely to complete their degree on time


7 Ways Working Through College Prepares You For The Real World



  1. Para 1) avoiding debt
  2. Para 1) You can avoid a lot of debt by paying for a lot of your educational expenses yourself.
  3. Para 2) biggest benefits of working through college is the valuable on-the-job experience you will have.
  4. Para 2)  Not only will you have your education and training, you will have actual experience that you can put on your resume
  5. Para 3) Working in groups at school somewhat prepares you for working in teams in the real world
  6. Para 3)  Look for companies that offer the best coworking spaces
  7. Para 4) need to learn how to manage your time so you can attend classes
  8. Para 4) The time management skills you learn while working and going to school are going to stay with you for life
  9. Para 5) “Many employers find that college graduates who don’t have any previous work experience tend to not make the best employees”
  10. Para 5) “Students who work while attending college know what employers want, because they have already done it”.
  11. Para 6)  you will be learning better time management skills, you will be better able to schedule study time more effectively.


Benefits of Earning a College Degree

Becton Loveless


  1. Para 1) Earning a college degree is such an important step in life (American Dream)
  2. Para 2) Earning a college degree is all about opening up opportunities in life
  3. Para 2)  benefits of a college education include:  better paying and higher skilled jobs
  4. Para 2) studies have shown that college degrees also lead to overall happiness and stability.
  5. Para 3) the ability to earn more money is the driving force behind going to college.
  6. Para 5) “Studies show that college graduates earn significantly more money throughout their lifetime than those with only high school education”
  7. Para 6) high school graduates earn an average of almost $30,000 per year. (sheeo.org)
  8. Para 6)  Bachelor’s graduates earn an average of just over $50,000 a year.
  9. Para 6) those with a higher level degree (master’s, doctorate or professional) average nearly $70,000 per year.
  10. Para 7) a master’s degree in education or nursing won’t lead to nearly as much wealth as a master’s degree in engineering or business
  11. Para 8) There is still an income disparity in gender and race.
  12. Para 8) White males tend to make more money than their non-white-male counterparts.
  13. Para 9) Benefits for family when getting a degree is being offered the jobs benefits which are like healthcare, retirement investment, travel and other perks
  14. Para 9) These types of benefits are rarely offered for high-school-level jobs.
  15. Para 11) Families of college graduates are generally better off economically and socially.
  16. Para 11) you can look at it as an investment in the future of your family.
  17. Para 12) combination of benefits is why so many people make the investment of time and money to go to college.
  18. Para 13)college trains you to think analytically, understand complex subjects and communicate your own critical ideas about them.
  19. Para 14) College can open up unexpected opportunities that aren’t always there for those who haven’t engaged in a higher level of education.
  20. Para 15) employment options are shrinking for people who only have a high school diploma.
  21. Para 15) A large majority of high school graduates work in the service industry, in low paying jobs that don’t offer many opportunities for advancement
  22. Para 15) College graduates, on the other hand, tend to have skills that qualify them for a broad range of employment in fields that offer more upward mobility.
  23. Para 15) much easier to replace you with someone else who only completed high school.
  24. Para 16) an educated staff is so important to some companies that they will even pay for employees’ tuition.
  25. Para 17) Data shows that in an economic recession, college graduates are less vulnerable to layoffs
  26. Para 17) if you have a college degree you will be less likely to suffer long-term unemployment
  27. Para 18) As a college graduate, it is also more likely that you will enjoy your job
  28. Para 18) a college degree also gives you more freedom to pursue a career that interests you
  29. Para 19) Attending college is seen as a down payment on your success
  30. Para 19)  Earning your college degree will help you realize your goals in your career as well as life in general
  31. Para 20) college can play a networking role as well
  32. Para 20) creating a professional network can mean the difference between finding a job or getting a promotion, and those networks start forming in college
  33. Para 21) Colleges are filled with volunteer organizations and professional societies where you can meet others who are in your field
  34. Para 24) A college degree is helpful for many practical reasons, your increased competitiveness to the increased likeliness that you’ll be promoted within your job.
  35. Para 24)  A college education requires students to overcome all types of adversity and prepares them not only for the workplace, but for dealing with many of life’s challenges
  36. Para 25) Good organization can help you manage all of your responsibilities, and it’s a skill that will be useful once you have your degree.
  37. Para 26)  College requires that you overcome one challenge after another, ranging from financial responsibilities to passing tests or completing projects.
  38. Para 27) highly qualified employees in high demand.
  39. Para 28) a college degree prepares employees with a number of skills that make them more highly qualified.
  40. Para 29) best part of getting your college degree is the access it gives you to high quality benefits and perks.
  41. Para 30) Individuals with a college degree are more often economically well off
  42. Para 31) Many researchers are now investigating which majors provide a decent return on investment and which don’t.
  43. Para 32) scientists discovered that people who major in sciences,tech, and math tend to find jobs quicker with higher pay
  44. Para 32) People in these majors experience more job stability


Is College Worth It?

Anthony ONeal

  1. Para 1) students wondering if they should stay in school because online is their only option.
  2. Para 1) If you’re taking out student loans to pay for college, you’ll be tens of thousands of dollars in debt before you even graduate.
  3. Para 2) the toll that debt takes on your goals and dreams.
  4. Para 2) Depending on the loan repayment plan, it can take up to 30 years to
  5. Para 5) According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the median income for a high school graduate is $30,000
  6. Para 5) those with a bachelor’s degree make around $45,000.
  7. Para 6)  certain jobs like teaching, nursing, engineering and law all require at least a two-year degree.
  8. Para 6) having a degree might put you ahead of your competition during the job hunt, even for jobs where a degree isn’t required.
  9. Para 7) Your classes help you build skills you’ll need in the workforce, like problem solving, critical thinking, teamwork and organization
  10. Para 7) College is also a great opportunity to branch out and meet people from all walks of life
  11. Para 7) gain a better understanding of where others are coming from.
  12. Para 8)  many internships are only available to current college students
  13. Para 10) Some of the world’s wealthiest businesspeople didn’t even finish college
  14. Para 11) The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reports that about 43% of college grads are working a job that doesn’t need a degree
  15. Para 12)  have to consider whether what you’d be making is worth what you’ll be paying for school.
  16. Para 13) According to a Gallup survey, 51% of Americans who pursued education beyond high school would consider changing their degree type, institution or major
  17. Para 14)  The National Center for Education Statistics found that only 62% of college students finish their degree within six years
  18. Para 15) There are alternatives to college that don’t include working for minimum wage.
  19. Para 16) You can embrace the entrepreneurial spirit and start your own business in just a few minutes, thanks to websites like eBay, Etsy and Amazon.
  20. Para 17) You could take free online classes, learn a skill at a trade school, or get your associate degree at a community college.



How Colleges Are Preparing Grads For Real Life



  1. Para 1) many people believe colleges should be doing more to prepare graduates.
  2. Para 2) Many of today’s graduates feel like they are starting their first job on “half empty”
  3. Para 3) Reducing debt by making college more affordable
  4. Para 3) President Andrew Hamilton introduced budget changes in 2016 that, for most undergraduate programs, led to the smallest increase in the cost of attendance in over 20 years.
  5. Para 6) By bringing the cost of college down, we not only make higher education more accessible but reduce the debt burden that more than two-thirds of graduates leave school with.
  6. Para 7) Giving students the education and tools they need to be successful financially
  7. Para 8) Graduates from the University of florida each get a customized financial plan and budget, tools to track their financial progress in real-time, and access to one-on-one coaching sessions for a full year after graduation to help them transition.
  8. Para 10) Since and are living paycheck-to-paycheck
  9. Para 10) By offering financial literacy programs, schools can completely change the trajectory of their graduates’ lives.
  10. Para 11) The when hiring recent graduates is actual work experience
  11. Para 11)  only 15% of students participate in experiential learning opportunities each year.
  12. Para 13) many institutions lack the infrastructure needed to make all of the experiential learning opportunities available easily accessible to students.


Is College Preparing You for Real Life?

Tyson Schritter


  1. Para 2) According to a , only 40% of college seniors feel prepared to pursue a career after they receive their degree.
  2. Para 3)  71% of students in their survey view the kind of career planning that is commonly overlooked as an “extremely important” aspect of their college education
  3. Para 8) When we consider the needs of students who are preparing for new careers, internships have the most noticeable benefit
  4. Para 10) Internship programs take students off campus, giving them real-life experience in their chosen career field to contrast their more stagnant lectures within the classroom.
  5. Para 11) Interns not only receive practical work experience, but they also gain opportunities to learn more about their intended profession while networking with others who may even be their future employers.
  6. Para 13)  in 2015, 56% of students who had an internship or co-op received job offers upon graduation in contrast to 36% of students without internships.
  7. Para 14) graduates’ ongoing success also depends on their ability to adapt to changing professions as well as to function within an increasingly global and technological society.
  8. Para 17) Education beyond the classroom is key, and prospective college students should choose schools with a consideration not just of the campus culture, but also of the out-of-the-box opportunities they provide.
  9. Para 18) All should take advantage of communities and initiatives that challenge them to be intellectually and socially successful.
  10. Para 19) By encouraging students to be active participants in their degrees, as by reimagining college education itself, they can better prepare students for the demanding world


Paper Topic: Keisers effectiveness on preparing students for life after college.

Audience: future college students

Thesis statement: Keiser does a mediocre job at preparing students for life after college compared to other colleges.


  • What is the perfect way to prepare students for life after college


  1. What does keiser do to help students for life after college


  1. What are other colleges doing to help their students


  1. Is college worth it?


  1. Benefits of earning a college degree


  1. Should graduation rates play a role in what college you go to?


VII.        How can keiser improve in their ability to prepare students for life after college?


VIII.       Is keiser worth the money it cost to attend?




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