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Join leaders from Starfish’s Product Management & Development team as they share what new innovations and improvements are coming next in Starfish.
Colleges want to use the momentum of pandemic recovery to take on longstanding stalemates that have impeded academic advising reform. See how to get past stale debates to create new models that better serve today's students.
EAB hosted CONNECTED, our student success conference, virtually for the second time due to the ongoing pandemic. EAB brought together thousands of the country’s most progressive and passionate student success leaders who utilize either Navigate or Starfish technologies. Explore the sessions and materials from the event to keep the conversation going with your colleagues.
EAB shares insight from research on how institutions can improve student success by better integrating financial aid and academic advising efforts.
Disaggregating Data for Equity: How CSU Fullerton’s Advising Department Used Navigate Appointment Data to Translate Institutional Equity Goals Into Action
Across the past few years, schools in the CSU system have committed themselves to eliminating equity gaps across racial and economic demographics. As a result, CSU Fullerton’ Academic Advisement Center, which owns general education advising for all undergraduates, has dedicated extensive efforts to ensuring inclusion for Fullerton’s diverse student community.
In this webconference, advising and student success leaders will receive guidance on how to manage a team remotely, including suggestions for efficient activity reporting, using Navigate to track critical student success data, and ensuring the wellbeing of your teams as they adjust to working from a distance.
A student success leader (and small school alumus) shares important lessons learning from working with a dozen small colleges and universities.
Learn how an app helped Robert Morris University retain more first-year students.
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.”