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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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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.

Early-alert programs can prevent students from slipping through the cracks, but these programs are often uncoordinated and inefficient. We uncovered the five building blocks of successful early-alert programs and strategies to bridge the gaps.

Proactive Caseload Management allows advisors to support students holistically with a focus on achieving long-term goals and solving problems before they escalate. Discover how college and university advisors can manage student caseloads, from prioritization and planning to outreach and in-person support.

A version of this article originally appeared on LinkedIn through our #100SuccessStories Campaign. Social psychologist Devon Price’s article Laziness Does Not Exist is the article that I haven’t been able to stop revisiting, again and again. Price, who teaches psychology at the Loyola University of Chicago, observes that when a student doesn’t complete assignments on time, teachers […]

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While these are certainly trying times, various circumstances can necessitate virtual services from today’s colleges and universities. Watch the on-demand webconference where EAB's Christina Hubbard, Senior Director of Strategic Research, will share a few recommendations that can help you, your students, and your staff to feel more connected even when they can’t interact in person.