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Financial Performance Collaborative

Thank you for participating in EAB’s Financial Performance Collaborative.
You now have the opportunity to register for up to three modules of the Financial Performance Collaborative, based on your institutional priorities and team capacity across the next three months. As a reminder, each module will require an Implementation Leader (IL). Sessions are best suited for Chief Business Officers and Provosts.

Financial Performance Collaborative

EAB’s Financial Performance Collaborative will help you identify opportunities to recapture savings from areas that are typically overlooked in conversations about resource allocation. This is critical in financially tough environments but is no less important in periods of stability where these savings can help you safeguard future spending or fund emerging priorities. Sessions are best suited for Chief Business Officers and Provosts.

Research and Services

BIT/CARE Team Assessment

Assessing your institution’s BIT/CARE Team to identify gaps and future opportunities

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Belonging for Black and Latino Men Compendium

Having a sense of belonging is critical to retention and graduation. As a distinct minority on campuses that are predominantly white and female, Black and Latino men struggle to find a sense of belonging and a supportive community on campus. Explore EAB’s studies on this topic in this compendium.

Parent and Family Affinity Groups

This study explores how the University of Alabama brings Black families together to share resources and community.

Bring Barbershop Sessions to Campus

EAB analyzed sense of belonging data from the 2020 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) and found Black and Latino students, particularly men, struggle to find a sense of community compared to their white counterparts at R1 institutions. This resource helps institutions design a space specifically for Black and Latino men with the intent to improve belongingness for these student populations.

Quick Reads

A better way to engage first-generation parents

One-size-fits-all communication doesn’t work for your students and it doesn’t work for their parents, either. Read about how one institution created more customized newsletters for first-generation students’ parents.

Four Tactics to Support the First-Generation Student

The strategies profiled in this infographic represent four tactics to improve the experiences of first-generation college students.

Preparing Students for the Workforce

The strategies profiled in this infographic represent six ways student affairs can have the greatest impact in supporting experiential learning.

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Access the mental health resource center

Explore resources, insights, and on-demand webinars to help you support student mental health and well-being on your campus.

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Student Affairs Forum

Equipping student affairs officers with the research, resources and strategies to navigate a range of challenges associated with campus climate, metal health, diversity, student performance, and more.

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