Tag: Student Success Management
Every person who works in student success understands that there are inflection points that can make the difference between a student walking across the graduation stage or ending their college career too early. To explore this, we asked our Student Success Collaborative partners and colleagues, “What were your Pivotal Moments?” Watch our video to learn what they shared.
These two higher ed administrators work at very different institutions and lead different lives. That hasn’t stopped them from finding ways to support each other.
The COVID-19 pandemic has generated concerns over returning student registration for the summer and fall. Watch this short video, where Ed Venit describes what some schools are doing to reform holds and clear the path back to campus for students.
This session will highlight a variety of promotion tactics and successful examples that partner institutions have used for both staff and students.
This session, originally presented at CONNECTED19, will provide the strategies your college needs to recruit back your stopped-out students, engage them on campus, and deliver the support they need to succeed.
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.
900+ partners came together for three days of research, workshops, and networking at CONNECTED19. Explore three key themes from the event.
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.
Hear how the University of South Carolina was able to increase their four-year graduation rates by 8 percentage points and reduce default rates.
Learn how technology can move academic advising interactions from transactional to relational and support holistic advising efforts.