Tag: Student Success
At Elizabeth City State University, there was no standard process for collaboration between students and advisors and no way to encourage long-term planning. Learn how a partnership with Navigate addressed this challenge and led to a 35% increase in preregistration over the previous year.
Schools often fail to grasp the significance of students’ Pivotal Moments—inflection points that can mean the difference between success and failure. Explore our resource center to understand the challenges related to Pivotal Moments and how to help students navigate their college journey.
Explore this infographic to understand the kinds of Pivotal Moments students encounter, what can go wrong as they attempt to navigate them, and what schools can do to help.
Explore this case study to learn how Concordia College used Navigate to understand immediate and longer-term student needs during COVID.
See seven questions college leaders should ask to identify and dismantle racist practices on their campus to promote equity.
While many community college students intend to transfer to four-year programs, few ultimately do, and even fewer graduate with a bachelor’s degree.
Losses of loved ones, family income, connection to friends, graduation ceremonies, normal daily routines, and even vacations have also taken a significant toll on student mental health.
The Student Success Management System (SSMS) Maturity Curve is a tool designed for partners of the Student Success Collaborative and their Strategic Leader to jointly assess progress towards optimal adoption and strategic utilization of Navigate.
This pandemic will cause institutions to rethink their student support delivery models, understand gaps in their overall student success strategies, and learn new ways to collaborate in a crisis situation.
As higher education institutions and other organizations continue to move to an increasingly sustained virtual environment in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, career services offices face the challenge of adapting to engage students and employers virtually. While many career services offices already migrated their offerings and events to a virtual environment this past spring, they must keep their websites up-to-date as staffing, hours, and programs continue to evolve across the late summer and fall.