Tag: Degree Progress
Learn four steps to better measure the impact of student success initiatives through strategic design.
This case study compendium explores the success stories of 17 diverse institutions that achieved breakthrough results since joining the Student Success Collaborative.
Read these representative results from EAB members to learn how diverse stakeholders are making an impact. When the “village” comes together, students are more likely to see a return on their investment in education.
At NACADA, I spoke with hundreds of frontline advisors about successful projects, new theories and ideas, and persistent challenges, and it was inspiring to connect with so many true advising pioneers at once. These conversations confirmed much of what I uncovered during my previous year’s research on next-generation advising practices.
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.
Olympic athletes are no strangers to hard work or perseverance, but for many, the academic finish line remains elusive.
Stopouts, if unsupported, can often become dropouts at your school. Learn three ways to support students whose degree progress is interrupted.
Watch this presentation to gain insights into targeting students in the “”Murky Middle.””
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.
Colleges and universities face seemingly constant scrutiny from external stakeholders questioning the value of a postsecondary education. Is this criticism warranted? The lack of centralized, longitudinal, industry-wide records makes it frustratingly difficult to understand what really happens to our students.