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Learning Management Systems (LMS) are a promising source of real-time student success data, but previous efforts have struggled with scale. Learn what our EAB data scientists uncovered in our latest analysis that offers hope of developing a broadly scalable LMS-based risk algorithm.
Learn how smartphones can help you deploy scalable student self-service so you can allow your advisors to rebalance their time toward higher-risk cases that need them the most.
Learn how two SSC members launched targeted advising campaigns to achieve meaningful results among students at risk of not persisting.
Learn how switching up your communication style can help you stave off the dreaded summer melt.
Not every stakeholder buys into a broader vision without resistance or delay—and getting advisors to buy into SSC is no exception. Our latest post outlines five steps you can take to foster accountability for the SSC initiative among advisors on your campus.
Our Data Science Team recently conducted an analysis of 401,314 first-time, full-time students to understand how the timing of major declaration and major switching can impact student success. Read the Q&A to find out what they discovered.
Learn what nudging is (and how it works), plus its meaning for higher education and student success.
Without the right ideas, even the best technologies can prove ineffective. That's why we created Student Success Insights, a blog to enhance your relationship with the Student Success Collaborative by providing related best practices and recommendations.
One-third of college seniors never visit a career center. But with the increased focus on providing a return on education, progressive schools are integrating career and academic advising to help students chart an intentional course to a career.
I can’t tell you how many times a provost has asked me, “But what do I do about my faculty?” as they are thinking about rolling out a new student success initiative. Frankly, it’s a fair question. Despite all the investments we’ve made in student success over the past few years, few campuses have fully engaged their faculty when reorganizing to better support students. It doesn’t have to be this way, and we are beginning to see a change.