Educational Attainment

Bachelor's Degrees Awarded by CCIC Member Institutions,

What You Make Depends on Where You Live Report, 2020: College Earnings Connecticut as Compared to the Nation
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Average Income by Education Level
College Earnings Premium (Versus Next Highest Level)
College Earnings Premium (Versus High School Diploma)

Completion Rates by Sector in CT as Compared to the National Average: 2016-22


Percent of Bachelor's Degrees or Higher Awarded in CT by Sector, 2021

Trends of Computer Science Bachelor's Degrees Awarded Per 1,000 by State 2012-22

Percentage of Health Professions and Related Programs Bachelor's Degrees Awarded by CT 4-year Higher Education Institutions: 2021

CT Bachelor’s Degree Completions by Connecticut Institutions, 2021

Percentage of Bachelor's Degrees Produced by Non-Profit Institutions as compared to Public Institutions in 2021, by state

Trends of Engineering Science Bachelor's Degrees Awarded Per 1,000 by State 2012-21

Highest Level of Educational Attainment for Connecticut Adults, 25 years and Older, 2021

Total Bachelor's Degrees Awarded in Connecticut by Sector: 2020

Median Lifetime Earnings for Connecticut Degree Holders, as compared to the Nation, 2021


CCIC Member Institutions - Degree Production vs. Funding Received

STEM Degree Growth in the Northeast: 2011-2021

Where Students Earn Degrees in Connecticut: 2021
Biological & Biomedical Sciences Degrees Awarded
in Connecticut, by Sector: 2021

Statewide Industry Cluster Degrees Awarded  
by CCIC Member Institutions 2021
Bachelor's Degrees Produced in Connecticut, 2003-2021

Median Weekly Earnings and Unemployment Rate by Educational Attainment, 2020

CCIC Institutions graduate minority undergraduate students in 4 years at a significantly higher rate than CT Public Institutions: 2020

 2021 Median Earnings in Connecticut by Educational Attainment

2036 Projected number of high school graduates in CT, by Race/Ethnicity

2019 Connecticut Post-Secondary Attainment
(associate's and higher), by Race and Ethnicity


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