“If higher education continues to think the traditional one-size-fits-all approach is going to work, we’re going to miss the boat,” says one associate dean for digital innovation and enterprise learning.
To boost student retention, more admissions leaders are turning to character attributes to better predict student success.
Virtual reality may become one of the most important tech tools in education across the next decade. Here’s how colleges are going virtual.
And how the app contributed to a record high fall-to-spring retention rate.
Here’s how Florida State University expanded support services beyond the first year and retained more sophomores.
See two examples of how institutions proactively weave resilience into their support for returning students.
To help get a handle on this tough enrollment situation, many colleges are turning to strategic enrollment management (SEM), as it offers a straightforward way to prioritize efforts for a successful fiscal future.
Leaders from all corners of campus use nudges, including advisors and faculty. Provosts who oversee these teams can get a better sense of whether the nudges are working by asking two questions.
Without buy-in and engagement from each department, your campus-wide student success initiatives can’t reach their full potential.
Resilience is not about using your willpower to suppress bad habits and negative emotions.