Product Line: Milestone Guidance
While many schools have taken steps to improve the quality and consistency of follow-up to an indication of student risk (e.g., alert, progress report), most continue to face challenges in scaling impactful interventions. Watch our webconference to deepen you understanding of the five steps in the early alert process and learn successful practices that have proven to be impactful for other colleges and universities.
Who owns student success at your institution? Over the last five years, many schools have moved away from the old “owned by everyone” model in favor of one that assigns ownership to a specific leader tasked with overseeing key student services. This session explores the emerging role of the “Chief Student Success Officer” and how best to organize your own enterprise.
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.
This session will outline five steps in the early alert process and share successful practices for scaling impactful student interventions.
This session will explore the challenges related to Pivotal Moments across the student lifecycle and intervention strategies to help more students succeed.
This session will explore the emerging role of the “Chief Student Success Officer” and help you decide how best to organize your own enterprise.
This session will provide strategies to recruit back your stopped-out students, engage them on campus, and deliver the support they need to succeed.
Young adults aging out of the foster care system face some of the steepest odds to college degree attainment. Here’s how one campus leader helps them persist.
Two small-enrollment institutions discuss their experiences working with EAB to implement new technology, gain buy-in, and improve outcomes.
Farrah Jackson Ward, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Elizabeth City State University, and Nancy Biggio, Associate Provost for Administration at Samford University, discuss the challenges smaller schools face that larger schools do not.