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Student Success in the 2020s: 30 Priorities

Higher ed’s future will be written by how we respond to three trends: the diversification and shrinking of the traditional-age student population, waning public confidence in the value of a…

What happens to 100 students who start a bachelor’s degree?

In 2018, we used a representative 100 students to illustrate how colleges and universities across the country were delivering on the promises of higher education. Five years later, what has…

7 Myths About Winning Institutional Grants

Learn the truth about seven common myths when it comes to winning institutional grants.

The evolution of student success

Since it emerged as a priority in the middle of the 20th century, student success has changed a great deal. This infographic charts six "eras" of student success theory and…

Building a scalable support model

Complex student populations and limited advisor capacity make improving outcomes a challenge. This infographic outlines four key elements of a population health management approach to student success, including strategies you…

The “Murky Middle”

This infographic profiles different campus segments to determine where schools should focus their efforts.

What “Hidden Motives” Could Lead Your Students to Poor Decisions?

You may find yourself scratching your head when students make choices that undermine their own self-interest, such as under-loading credit hours or delaying their major declaration. Discover the unseen cognitive…

Four Tactics to Support the First-Generation Student

The strategies profiled in this infographic represent four tactics to improve the experiences of first-generation college students.
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6 Insights to Help You Recruit 'Gen P'

Explore this infographic for insights from our research on recruiting today’s high school students, including key findings from EAB’s survey of 20,000+ students.