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See three insights for faculty and staff looking to engage and support community college students in the midst of the pandemic.
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Hear lessons learned from an EAB expert who led a team of academic advisors who regularly used remote advising to serve students.
Uncover key things your institution can do now to pull forward registration while also making it easier to bring back the “wait-and-see students” once they decide to return.
This case study compendium explores the success stories of 11 diverse institutions that achieved breakthrough results since leveraging EAB's technology, consulting, and research services.
Guided Pathways was developed as a solution to stagnant completion rates, but implementation of this model varies widely. Use this roadmap to launch or improve upon your Guided Pathways efforts.
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.
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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In this new remote world, students find themselves in a situation for which many are ill-prepared. In this webconference, we discuss how to promote student success in a remote space and maintain engagement in a socially distanced world.
In this webconference, we discuss the two possible paths for a course—remote delivery or no remote delivery—including how to determine which path is right for a course, what to do if you’re halting course instruction, and what other institutions are doing to continue instruction for hands-on courses.