Enrollment Management Databases
Explore ACT data in three new databases designed to inform higher education recruitment, enrollment, and success strategies. User Guides for each of the three databases are linked below.
Enrollment Management Database
The Enrollment Management Database includes data on multiple, recent ACT-tested high school graduating classes matched to college enrollment and second-year retention data obtained from the National Student Clearinghouse. It enables users to follow a graduating class from high school through the first two years of college.
The database currently includes information on the 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018 ACT-tested high school graduating classes and is structured into five topical areas: student background, college preferences, score sending behavior, enrollment, and retention and transfer behavior.
Ten-Year Trends Database
The Ten-Year Trends Database includes data on the ten most recent ACT-tested high school cohorts, helping users examine how the ACT-tested population has changed over time in terms of student characteristics and college preferences. The database currently includes information on the 2009–2018 ACT-tested high school graduating classes.
College Completion Database
The College Completion Database includes data on the 2010 ACT-tested high school graduating class matched to six years of college enrollment and graduation data obtained from the National Student Clearinghouse, letting users follow a graduating class from high school through the completion of college. Users can examine how student characteristics relate to degree completion within 100% and 150% of normal time.