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Quarterly Navigate Product Team Update

Join leaders from Navigate’s Product Management & Development team as they share what new innovations and improvements are coming next in Navigate.

CONNECTED21 Encore Presentation: Breaking the Stalemate: How to Overcome Entrenched Org Structures and Outdated Advising Policies

Join us for an encore presentation of Dr. Christina Hubbard’s research on student-centric advising organization, first presented at CONNECTED21 – EAB’s student success conference – in November 2021. The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A with Dr. Hubbard.

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CONNECTED21 Encore Presentation: Breaking the Stalemate: How to Overcome Entrenched Org Structures and Outdated Advising Policies

Join us for an encore presentation of Dr. Christina Hubbard’s research on student-centric advising organization, first presented at CONNECTED21 – EAB’s student success conference – in November 2021. The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A with Dr. Hubbard.

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MySlice of Change: How Syracuse University Transformed Their People, Processes, and Technology to Create an Unsurpassed Student Experience

On most campuses, transformative student success work involves change: It often includes implementing new tools like Starfish or Navigate, redesigning advising or support processes, introducing new initiatives, or all of the above. Effective change management is essential for this important work to succeed, but many institutions struggle to overcome siloed structures and entrenched cultural resistance to change.

Strategies for Engaging Faculty in Student Progress Feedback Through Navigate and Starfish

Periodic faculty-provided progress feedback on student performance and engagement in the classroom is a foundational part of any early alert strategy. However, its often a challenge to know where to start with (or how to improve) faculty engagement in those feedback mechanisms.

Making the Most of Your Intake Survey

As students return to campus, many institutions deploy intake surveys to better understand their students’ needs. Are you asking the right questions the right way? Do you have a strategy to follow up and support students throughout the term based on what they share?

Quick Reads

Five steps to hardwire accountability for SSC implementation

Not every stakeholder buys into a broader vision without resistance or delay—and getting advisors to buy into SSC is no exception. Our latest post outlines five steps you can take to foster accountability for the SSC initiative among advisors on your campus.

What can we learn from first-year GPA?

More universities could be using one of the most basic student success indicators—first year GPA—to focus advising efforts and student success initiatives where they have the greatest impact. Discover three quick insights about first year GPA from SSC members.

How Georgia State University harnesses data to improve graduation rates

The vice provost at Georgia State University shares how the Student Success Collaborative helped them translate data into actionable items. Find out how the university has significantly narrowed the achievement gap by focusing advising resources on students in the “”Murky Middle.””

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Associate Director, Strategic Research

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