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View this webinar to learn about our newly released Intervention Effectiveness tool. You can use this tool to assess the impact of in-platform (e.g., appointment campaigns) or offline (e.g., using a new tool in advising appointments) interventions on your student populations.
EAB’s Transfer Portal is designed to meet prospective transfer students where they are. Fueled by your SIS and Degree Audit data, the Portal offers prospects credit estimates immediately, recommendations for their best-fit majors, and customized application support to guide them step by step through the enrollment process. The platform also empowers admissions staff to focus on the student outreach that will yield the best results.
A continuation of our 2017 work documenting practices to bring the Coordinated Care Network to life, this session, originally presented at CONNECTED18, will explore what progressive members are doing to ensure that the management of early alerts is seamless across units.
Join this session for a full tutorial on designing and running effective advising campaigns using the Navigate platform.
This session, originally presented at CONNECTED19, will help leaders develop artifacts to equip advisors with the skills to proactively manage their assigned student caseloads using technology—with a special focus on new hire training, professional development, and goal-setting.
Join Christina Hubbard, EAB’s Director of Strategic Research, to hear how prioritizing adult learners’ career focus can improve adult learner engagement and outcomes. This session was originally presented at CONNECTED18.
In this session originally presented at CONNECTED18, Ed Venit, Managing Director of Strategic Research, will draw on insights from progressive colleges to share a primer on everything you need to know to weather the coming storm.
There may not be an Easy Button for transfer student enrollment, but buy-in from the campus community, stakeholders, and especially the president, can make transfer-related initiatives easier. Here are four E-A-S-Y recommendations for boosting buy-in for transfer enrollment on campus.