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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.
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.
Navigate is a Student Success Management System (SSMS) for higher education that helps schools proactively manage student success and retention.
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.
Community college leaders walk a tightrope of financial and organizational challenges, with student success and institutional stability hanging in the balance. We have the research and resources to help you scale best practices and adapt to change.
Powered by insight and expertise, our solutions are designed to solve education's toughest challenges—from enrollment and student success to cost containment and operational strategy. Explore all of our offerings.
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.
This report profiles high-impact practices for a growing community college population.
The toolkit contains a combined 11 worksheets, checklists, templates, and more to get to the next phase of student success at community colleges.
Despite efforts to improve customer service and create more welcoming environments, community colleges still require students to navigate complex processes and policies when it comes to admissions and onboarding. Follow the steps in this Roadmap to facilitate the onboarding process and ensure continued student retention through the first year.