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Learn how smartphones can help you deploy scalable student self-service so you can allow your advisors to rebalance their time toward higher-risk cases that need them the most.
Preliminary Results In February, EAB’s Student Success Collaborative for Community Colleges was announced as one of three finalists for the Robin Hood College Success Prize, a competition designed to identify scalable technology solutions to increase the three-year graduation rates of the most at-risk community college students—those enrolled in remedial courses. The Collaborative was selected for […]
We all turn to apps to help us keep our goals to be healthier, more financially responsible, and more organized. Discover what our favorite self-improvement apps can teach us about engaging community college students in their own goals of college success and graduation.
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.
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.
The best way to understand how Navigate works is to see it in action and hear the astonishing results our members have seen since implementing our student success platform.
Recent years have brought about an unprecedented evolution in how higher education approaches student success. Commensurate with investments in staff and technology, progressive institutions now rely on new metrics to track their progress against an expanding set of goals. Of note, a handful of schools are developing practices for speeding the pace of innovation using data that updates in real-time rather than once a term or year.
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.