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What are the newest trends, insights, and best practices in student success analytics, research and administration? Our experts share the latest.
Our research and insights are powered by our partnerships with over 1,500 schools, colleges, and universities. Discover how we've helped some of our partners with student success.
Some say that the traditional student no longer exists. To ensure that all students persist and graduate, be they first-generation, part-time, adult, or “traditional,” schools must reimagine the care models, experiences, structures, and technologies they provide.
Facing rising pressure to close achievement gaps and improve student outcomes, community colleges need a clear road map to strengthen student support from enrollment to graduation and beyond.
While demographic and economic changes tighten budgets, schools are nevertheless being asked to raise student outcomes, improve health and wellness, and expand social and emotional support.
Navigate is a Student Success Management System (SSMS) for higher education that helps schools proactively manage student success and retention.
In today’s environment, schools must go beyond first-year retention to help students graduate in less time, at lower cost, and with the best possible post-graduate outcomes. We can help you connect the dots to support students from enrollment to graduation and beyond.
To ensure students get the return on education they expect and deserve, community colleges must coordinate student care and democratize access to insight. Our student success technology helps faculty and advisors provide personalized support to students from enrollment to graduation.
At the majority of schools, students receiving help are those self-aware and tenacious enough to ask for it, rather than those who need it most. This study profiles innovators’ efforts to elevate student success initiatives from the current patchwork of support services to an actively managed enterprise process.
This report profiles high-impact practices for a growing community college population.