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This case study explores how SSC member, Georgia State University, increased graduation rates and reduced time-to-degree by innovating the academic advising experience.
Not every stakeholder buys into a broader vision without resistance or delay—and getting advisors to buy into SSC is no exception. Our latest post outlines five steps you can take to foster accountability for the SSC initiative among advisors on your campus.
Our Data Science Team recently conducted an analysis of 401,314 first-time, full-time students to understand how the timing of major declaration and major switching can impact student success. Read the Q&A to find out what they discovered.
Learn what nudging is (and how it works), plus its meaning for higher education and student success.
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.
Since it emerged as a priority in the middle of the 20th century, student success has changed a great deal. This infographic charts six "eras" of student success theory and response to help student success leaders plan their responses to tomorrow's challenges.
Complex student populations and limited advisor capacity make improving outcomes a challenge. This infographic outlines four key elements of a population health management approach to student success, including strategies you can implement today to begin the shift toward population-based student support.
Hear how the University of South Carolina was able to increase their four-year graduation rates by 8 percentage points and reduce default rates.
How one institution identified where to focus their advising efforts—and retained 400 additional students
In just one year, Middle Tennessee State University retained an extra 400 students. Learn how they employed risk-based segmentation to identify the students who needed the most support.