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Retaining students is more than a financial question—it’s an ethical one. Retaining our first-year students means we make good on the promise of admission: that not only will we invite you to join our institution, we’ll provide support to ensure you can be successful. Faculty’s communication and relationships with students are key in getting students to stay and succeed in college.
Financial pressure is the top reason that students leave college. Learn 3 ways technology can help overcome financial barriers to student success.
Gregory Haile shares his journey to become Broward College President. He also urges university leaders to think beyond the “campus-bound” college model.
In the face of long-term stress and uncertainty, here's what can higher ed leaders do to support their staff and students.
See seven questions college leaders should ask to identify and dismantle racist practices on their campus to promote equity.
EAB’s Meacie Fairfax and Ed Venit discuss equity gaps in higher education and ways the pandemic and recent social unrest threaten to widen those gaps unless universities take swift action.
Students with a low GPA at this university had a graduation rate below 10%. Here's how student success leaders implemented a summer program to not only improve students' academic standing, but also reframe their academic stumble as a learning opportunity.
We all know that students live on their mobile devices, but getting them to download and continuously engage with a student success application requires your institution to have a clear strategy. Whether you are preparing to launch your mobile app, expand its reach, or deepen student engagement, this session will build from our CONNECTED18 interactive workshop and help you to create a mobile strategy that supports your school’s student success priorities.
Without access to timely, relevant data, schools have to take their best guess at both what’s happening with individual students and what’s occurring in their student populations at large.
See how schools are using technology to address three common equity barriers for students: textbook funding, housing and food insecurity.