Webinars

Reports

Knocking at the College Door provides useful, accurate data to plan for the coming years. These reports highlight various aspects of the data and insights into the implications of the changing demographics facing the nation.

Presentations

 

Middle States' High School Graduate Trends

College Board Middle States Regional Forum, Philadelphia, PA, March 9, 2018

Colleen Falkenstern, WICHE -- presented the high school graduate trends from Knocking.

Kristen Vickery, Director, Testing and Assessment at Anne Arundel Community College (MD) -- offered reaction to the trends and examples of how Anne Arundel Community College are using Knocking data to foster student support initiative.

Midwest High School Graduates Through the Early 2030s

College Board Midwest Forum, Chicago, IL, February 19, 2018

Peace Bransberger, WICHE -- presented the high school graduate trends from Knocking.

John Ambrose, Associate Director, Inclusion & Strategic Planning at Michigan State University -- offered reaction to the trends and examples of how he focuses on student success at Michigan State University.

Brian Troyer, Director of Admissions at Marquette University -- offered reaction to the trends and examples of how Marquette University is welcoming new student populations.

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This Is Big Change: High School Graduates Through the Early 2030s

College Board Forum 2017, New York, NY, October 25, 2017

WICHE described the high school graduate trends, including updated information about private schools, male and female graduates, and variations in the distribution of student populations by county in Colorado and New York, to set the stage for comments by Dr. Vicki Golich, Provost and Vice President for Academic & Student Affairs at Metropolitan State University of Denver and Dr. Felix Matos Rodriguez, President of Queens College in New York City.

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Peering Into the Crystal Ball: The Future of High School Graduates & Selective College Admissions in 2025

National Association of College Admissions Counselors, Boston, MA, September 14, 2017

WICHE presented the high school graduate projections to set the stage for a discussion about the future of selective college admissions by Bill Conley (Bucknell University), Bob Massa (Drew University) and Janet Rapelye (Princeton University).