- 2-12% average increase in retention and graduation rates for member institutions
- 2.5M+ students supported by our student success management system
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Student success has evolved—and so have we. Learn more about the Student Success Management System (SSMS), a comprehensive technology that links administrators, faculty, staff, and advisors in a coordinated care network to support students from enrollment to graduation and beyond.
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Four years after the term became ubiquitous, we provide a refresher on what Guided Pathways is, why it has been so challenging to implement, and profile the most promising strategies from your peers.
Stopouts, if unsupported, can often become dropouts at your school. Learn three ways to support students whose degree progress is interrupted.
Across conversations with a diverse group of student success leaders this winter, it became clear that people and process are at the heart of the challenge. Even the perfect data tool won’t make an impact if the people and the organizational environment aren’t right. We heard the following framework emerge: Six key ingredients that must be in place for each individual to be an active and effective user of student data.
Our data shows that closing the achievement gap at community colleges may depend on how focused we are on success initiatives for part-time students. Learn three ways you can remove barriers to part-time student success.
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Senior Director, Research Advisory Services
Recent years have brought about an unprecedented evolution in how higher education approaches student success. Commensurate with investments in staff and technology, progressive institutions now rely on new metrics to track their progress against an expanding set of goals. Of note, a handful of schools are developing practices for speeding the pace of innovation using data that updates in real-time rather than once a term or year.
To optimally serve our students, we must bring together the people, processes, and technology that make up our campuses. This session investigates how to expand your coordinated care network by engaging and onboarding support units in your EAB student success platform.