Tag: Advising Models
Hear how the University of South Carolina was able to increase their four-year graduation rates by 8 percentage points and reduce default rates.
When student care is coordinated, students have a better experience. Learn how a Coordinated Care Network solves two key challenges related to the student experience.
This case study compendium explores the success stories of 17 diverse institutions that achieved breakthrough results since joining the Student Success Collaborative.
We’re all busy. Which means that many student success initiatives may often feel out of reach. But sometimes just a minute is enough time to make a difference in student success.
This webinar will define evolving perspectives on collaborating with faculty for student success. During this session, we will explore best practices for meaningful faculty engagement, share strategies that have worked for other schools, and highlight pertinent resources from SSC.
To deepen our understanding of the unique challenges faced by small schools (and how to overcome them) we recently sat down with leaders from two small-enrollment institutions. Here’s what they told us.
Learn what nudging is (and how it works), plus its meaning for higher education and student success.
The toolkit outlines 15 minimal-effort, high-impact practices for introducing Navigate on campus, promoting Navigate via email, and encouraging campus constituents through traditional mass communication methods.
Learn one essential recommendation advisors should share with all incoming students—regardless of high school academic achievement—that results in higher GPAs and higher retention rates.
When we began working with colleges and universities to implement our mobile advising application, Guide, one of our goals was to help our members see their institution through a student’s eyes—and the experience surprised many of them. In this post, we highlight reactions to some of the unintentional (but all too common) barriers to completion that colleges put in front of students.