Tag: Degree Progress
For colleges that find their headcount up while overall enrollment is down, here are three strategies that could generate a last-minute enrollment boost.
Learn why virtual advising will likely become a standard part of the toolkit for advising offices even after the pandemic is long gone.
There are approximately 3.5 million adults who have completed some college and have a high potential in going back to earn their bachelor’s degree. Guests discuss findings from a survey of more than 1,000 of these potential “degree completers” and share how colleges can help these adults overcome their fears and return to higher education.
Today, there are 3.5 million “potential degree completers” in the United States, but recruiting this audience comes with a host of challenges. To inform your program development and marketing and recruitment strategies for adult students, read our white paper to learn about adult degree completers’ mindset, institutional preferences, and enrollment behaviors.
This case study compendium explores the success stories of 20 diverse institutions that achieved breakthrough results since joining the Student Success Collaborative.
Learn four steps to better measure the impact of student success initiatives through strategic design.
The adage “it takes a village” is often applied to challenging but worthy missions, and no initiative on your campus is more important than ensuring that students succeed. Read these representative results from EAB members to learn how diverse stakeholders are making an impact.
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.