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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.
This audit tool is designed to help you evaluate your institution’s student success strategy so you can tackle immediate and long-term challenges.
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.
Hear how the University of South Carolina was able to increase their four-year graduation rates by 8 percentage points and reduce default rates.
In this recording, we’ll show you how EAB's community college student success management system, Navigate, makes this not only possible, but also scalable for every student across your campus.
In this 30-minute webconference, experts from AAF and the SSC Consulting Team will share best practices for building in-classroom early alert systems for flexibility and ease of use.
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.
Get to know the faces behind the Student Success Collaborative and why they're all so dedicated to helping members move the dial on student success.
In this video, student success leaders explain how the Student Success Collaborative helps them scale advising to reach more students with the resources they need to graduate.