Product Line: Navigate for Four-Year Institutions
This pandemic will cause institutions to rethink their student support delivery models, understand gaps in their overall student success strategies, and learn new ways to collaborate in a crisis situation. EAB will give partners a chance to reflect on the strategies they and others within the collaborative employed to support students and their colleagues. The webconference will highlight leaders in virtual advising, remote management, and future planning while also setting the stage for more conversations about how to prepare for the fall amidst uncertainty.
COVID-19 has erased nearly all stock market gains from the past three years while also causing sudden massive layoffs especially in the retail and service industries. These financial shocks will lead many students to wonder if they can continue their education in the summer or fall. It is imperative that student success leaders find ways to proactively communicate with those students in financial distress and identify those who may have unexpectedly become financially insecure. This webconference will offer ways that Navigate can facilitate student identification and communication regarding financial aid, basic needs, and other forms of support.
COVID-19 has caused massive disruption to academic terms, course schedules, and most importantly, student, staff, and faculty lives. After academic and student success leaders transition out of short-term crisis management, they will have to ensure that students return for the next term and stay on track to graduation. This webconference will highlight practical ways to use Navigate that will help identify students in need of additional support, proactively connect students to resources, and get them back on their academic path to a degree.
As advisors and other student success professionals respond to student questions and concerns, directors and more senior leaders want to ensure their teams have clear goals, deadlines, and expectations in this uncertain time. In this webconference, advising and student success leaders will receive guidance on how to manage a team remotely, including suggestions for efficient activity reporting, using Navigate to track critical student success data, and ensuring the wellbeing of your teams as they adjust to working from a distance.
Learn three tips for effective virtual academic advising.
Students see a prioritized list of to-dos and can drill in for more context about the important steps they need to take. Students can also solve problems on their own through the term-to-term tools, inform their customized support journey by answering periodic surveys, and easily connect with key campus services, such as advising, financial aid, career services, health services, and tutoring.
College and university leaders can monitor and gain high-level insight from historical data, progress and performance indicators, and predicted graduation likelihood in order to remove barriers to completion and ensure top-line results.
We highlight seven potential student success challenges that colleges can start planning for now to help students return when campuses reopen.
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.
This case study compendium explores the success stories of 10 diverse institutions that achieved breakthrough results since leveraging EAB’s technology, consulting, and research services.