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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.
Learn how two SSC members launched targeted advising campaigns to achieve meaningful results among students at risk of not persisting.
Learn how an app helped Robert Morris University retain more first-year students.
Colleges and universities are encouraging students to take 15 credits per semester in an effort to help them graduate on time, Jon Marcus reports for the Hechinger Report.
A student success leader (and small school alumus) shares important lessons learning from working with a dozen small colleges and universities.
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.
During this session, our experts share strategies, scripting, and email templates that advisors in the Collaborative have found highly effective for promoting desired student actions both via email and in person.
The rapid evolution of higher education and the student demographics it serves will demand major innovations in academic advising in the coming years. To meet these demands, advising must move beyond course registration and transactional services—and toward the vision of a true “student success office.” Join Lindsay Miars for a session first presented at CONNECTED 2017 exploring how progressive institutions are adopting new organizational models, technology policies, and accountability practices to build best-in-class advising offices. We will share how leaders are encouraging their staff to fully embrace the habits of next-generation advisors.
The rapid evolution of higher education and the student demographics it serves will demand major innovations in academic advising in the coming years. To meet these demands, advising must move beyond course registration and transactional services—and toward the vision of a true “student success office.”