- 2-12% typical retention improvement
- 9.5 million students served
- Remove complicated redundancies and barriers to modernize campuses proactively
- Just-in-time intervention and cohort management throughout the student journey
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The Student Success Strategy Playbook
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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Student Success Best Practices Library
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.
How can I become an anti-racist leader?
See seven questions college leaders should ask to identify and dismantle racist practices on their campus to promote equity.
How to Improve Student Mental Health Counseling
Experts share ways to build a better student mental health counseling framework that elevates messages of strength and resilience.
Recipes for Student Success
How do we support students and teachers given shrinking budgets and volatile socio-political discourse?
Student Success Staffing in a Volatile Labor Market
This white paper offers six strategies for solving workforce challenges and retaining student-facing staff amid the higher education staffing crisis.
5 higher ed thought leaders we are following
Thought leaders are known for their innovative ideas and research, their work often serving as a catalyst for change in the higher education system. We asked EAB’s top experts for recommendations on who to follow for new perspectives on higher ed’s latest trends.
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Meeting Students’ Financial Needs in a COVID-Prompted Recession
Learn ways that to facilitate students' financial needs ( financial aid and basic needs) during a COVID-promoted recession.