A small group of CIOs will be invited to join EAB at a roundtable to discuss their needs and priorities. As CIOs become more important in our work, we must learn from this stakeholder in order to better fulfill their needs and engagement them on the Student Success products. This session is limited to Chief Information Officers.
This cohort will consist of three webinars designed to familiarize institutions with Next Generation Academic Planning, understand their plans for template publishing and maintenance, and equip them with the information needed to complete the migration to Next Generation AP in Spring/Summer 2023. We recommend that at least one representative from each institution in the cohort join each session and sessions will be recorded for those not able to join live.
This presentation will dig deeper into the data and share how institutions are using the opportunity to finally address student success challenges that have vexed us for years. Those that navigate the recovery well will find themselves stronger and better able to support students than they were before.
The annual CONNECTED conference is intended to bring institutions together to share best practices and lessons that they can implement when they return home to their campuses. Come hear how one institution, Goucher College, took immediate next steps to revamp their onboarding processes after attending the CONNECTED21 session “Embedding Technology in the New Student Onboarding Experience.”
Join us to explore how to make the most of your intake survey design and data to provide thoughtful, student-centered support throughout the term. In addition to survey and workflow best practices, we’ll highlight innovative examples of how Navigate and Starfish technology partners are using their intake survey functions.
For the first post of our Guest Blog series, we interviewed Selma Yznaga, Director of Advising at the University of Texas Brownsville, to better understand how the university successfully restructured its advising program to be more efficient and effective in the way it serves students.
Our Data Science Team recently conducted an analysis of 401,314 first-time, full-time students to understand how the timing of major declaration and major switching can impact student success. Read the Q&A to find out what they discovered.
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