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Student Success Management

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.

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Research & Insights


American higher education has enjoyed a multidecade-long enrollment expansion that may soon come to an end. The recommendations in this report aim to help you and your leadership team reshape your student success strategy in preparation for the anticipated enrollment downturn of the 2020s.

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Supporting students in today’s changing environment can sometimes feel like an overwhelming challenge for those accountable for student success. To help our partners navigate this shifting terrain, we’ve cataloged more than 360 best practices from across our research forums.

This year, 240 leaders across the public, private, 2-year, and 4-year sectors responded to EAB's survey to guide student success research. Explore our findings to understand how your challenges and student success priorities fit with industry trends.

Over 93% of institutions use early alert systems to boost student success. Carthage College’s Executive Director for Student Success, Melissa Burwell, shares what her team has learned by analyzing data on how different student populations react and respond, or not, to different types of alerts.



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