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Explore the partner case studies from community colleges, technical schools, and four-year colleges and universities to get inspiration for what your own institution can accomplish with Starfish.
Between decreased funding and staffing cuts, many community college faculty are feeling increasingly disengaged. EAB can help you gain faculty buy-in for change and empower departments to support student success efforts.
Administrators need to reassess their relationship with faculty when it comes to Guided Pathways to ensure they are treated as involved stakeholders who can enhance learning outcomes rather than as barriers to progress. Join this webconference to learn how to ensure that your front-line advocates don’t turn into detractors.
Use the following checklist to determine if you are fostering the right environment for a faculty-led transformation on your campus.
Many progressive community colleges have made investments in technology to identify at-risk students in the classroom earlier. However, faculty participation rates remain incredibly low. Learn how institutions are streamlining early alert procedures to increase-course-level completion rates.
Faculty play a critical role in shaping the student experience, but are often not leveraged when it comes to student success strategy. Learn strategies and best practices around how faculty and staff can help students successfully navigate college.
About the Webconference Community colleges continue to invest in technologies designed to help faculty report signs of student risk in the classroom. Despite these investments, faculty participation remains incredibly low. College leaders can improve faculty compliance in student success interventions with a redesigned and integrated student success infrastructure. This webconference focuses on how to promote […]
Research shows that 40% of students who stop out or withdraw from college have an ""A"" or ""B"" grade point average. Explore strategies to involve faculty in early intervention to avoid students from stopping out of college.
Whether designing your new early alert system or evaluating your current system, there are guidelines to follow to help your institution improve its use of early alert systems.
A few weeks ago, EAB partnered with the California State University (CSU) System to host a system-wide student success summit. Hearing positive feedback and stories from the team not only re-energized me, but also got me thinking about how EAB could replicate their experiences to better support our other system members. After seven years leading […]