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Without access to timely, relevant data, schools have to take their best guess at both what’s happening with individual students and what’s occurring in their student populations at large.
Students can’t be expected to achieve academic success or personal wellness until their basic needs are met. Use this Roadmap to learn how student affairs officers can support food and housing security on campus.
See how EAB's Navigate technology is supporting the unique goals of your community college students.
The toolkit outlines 15 minimal-effort, high-impact practices for introducing Navigate on campus, promoting Navigate via email, and encouraging campus constituents through traditional mass communication methods.
Preliminary Results In February, EAB’s Student Success Collaborative for Community Colleges was announced as one of three finalists for the Robin Hood College Success Prize, a competition designed to identify scalable technology solutions to increase the three-year graduation rates of the most at-risk community college students—those enrolled in remedial courses. The Collaborative was selected for […]
Learn the truth about seven common myths when it comes to winning institutional grants.
Display this poster as a visual reminder of the Navigate platform and its benefits to students, staff, and faculty on campus.
Navigate is an application that shows college students all the important things they need to do in one easy-to-view path. Navigate also helps students to pick a major, build a best-fit course schedule, register for classes, find resources on campus, and communicate with their advisor.
This white paper offers EAB analysis of the Guided Pathways movement in the community college sector, identifies the most common questions about implementation, and offers over two dozen strategies for college leaders to bring the model to life at their institutions.
Discover how Nashua Community College improved its 42% first-year attrition rate with help from EAB and the SSC-Navigate platform.