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College enrollments have been rising around the world. In just the first decade after the millennium, participation rates in tertiary education rose by 10 percentage points or more in several regions including Europe, East Asia, and Latin America (Altbach, Reisberg, & Rumbley, 2009, p. 198). Enrollment trends in the United States, an early leader of the shift to mass tertiary education, appear relatively stagnant by comparison: the proportion of recent high school graduates enrolling immediately in some type of postsecondary education rose dramatically between 1960 and the late 1990s, but has remained relatively stable at about 66% since then (National Center for Education Statistics, 2014, Table 302.20). In the US and other countries where initial college entry rates have always been comparatively high, policy attention has increasingly shifted to the next frontier, namely college completion.