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At Danville Community College, leaders uncovered three barriers facing students upon entry, and worked with EAB to streamline the student experience. The result? An increase in applicant-to-enrollee conversion in the first semester alone, resulting in nearly $70K in additional revenue—just from better front-end processes.
Behind the scenes, many college leaders express feelings of anxiety about implementing an ambitious new model for student success on their campuses that they felt ill-prepared to execute, or at least execute well.
With over 200 communities across 44 states offering College Promise Programs, the urgency to improve retention and graduation is greater than ever. While Promise Programs provide unparalleled access for underrepresented populations, they must be paired with equal attention to student success. Learn how technology and accountability standards can help us keep our promise to students.
Summer melt season is here—when enrolled students fail to show up on campus come fall. Learn four rules to combat this trend with nudges to keep community college students on track.
Community colleges have a growing imperative to support post-traditional students. Here's why (and how).
Explore this resource center for strategies and best practices on process improvement.
Helps members devise a financially realistic framework for ensuring that the institution is systematically evaluating risk exposure, allocating scarce mitigation resources to the risks deemed most important, and incenting risk owners across campus to better manage their risks.
Includes sample dashboards and reports from dozens of institutions from across the spectrum of higher education, along with an Insights Brief highlighting key findings on the metrics most frequently reported to the Board, average number of indicators for each functional area, Key Performance Indicators compendium, and more.
This session explores how community colleges can remove these barriers and guide incoming students toward programs that advance their careers. Topics covered include tuition reimbursement, noncredit-to-credit bridges, and prior learning assessment.
This session highlights practices that encourage students to explore their interests, map out their educational plans, and utilize career services throughout the first semester.