Category: Technology

For over a decade, colleges have relied on early alerts, submitted by faculty, to surface at-risk students and ultimately prevent them from slipping through the cracks. When successfully managed, early-alert programs can improve academic outcomes as well as retention and graduation rates. But too often, these programs have critical gaps that make them uncoordinated and […]

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About the Presentation In the below video, EAB shares insights from our in-depth analysis of community college enrollment, persistence, and graduation, including themes surfaced from hundreds of student interviews. We’ll discuss the pillars of Guided Pathways technology and how EAB technology brings the model to life to deliver personal student guidance early, often, and at […]

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Challenge Student success has always been at the heart of Wiregrass Georgia Technical College’s (Wiregrass) advising model. But prior to 2017, students had minimal insight into the academic planning process and relied on advisors to create class schedules term after term. Advising appointments were dominated by schedule creation across multiple days. During peak enrollment times, advisors […]

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Process improvements lead to revenue gains Danville Community College joined the Student Success Collaborative–Navigate in late 2015. At the project kickoff meeting, EAB staff helped college leaders map their enrollment process and identify three critical challenges that prevented students from enrolling on time. Working with EAB, Danville streamlined their enrollment process. In just the first […]

Read More about Improving barriers to enrollment yielded Danville Community College $70K in tuition revenue

Hickory University*, a Medium-Sized, Private University in the West About: Hickory University is a private university located in a metropolitan area in the West. Their college of education offers a variety of graduate and doctoral degrees and enrolls approximately 800 students.  Challenge: Hickory’s college of education faced declining enrollment due to increased local and national […]

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Hear from Dr. JuliAnn Mazachek, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Washburn University, about how Academic Performance Solutions (APS) helps their deans and department chairs make data-informed decisions to better support students and faculty. In this short video, Dr. Mazachek also discusses how access to data has transformed decision-making and which APS analyses […]

Read More about Member Voices: Washburn University

Since the peak of the recession, community colleges have experienced steady declines in enrollment of adult learners. While students flooded classrooms during the recession to upskill or retrain for new careers, today’s strong labor market has led to complacency about the need to prepare for the next economic downturn. To demonstrate the value of education […]

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About the Webconference We often tell our students to plan their college journey with the end goal in mind. Unfortunately, we don’t always take the same approach when it comes to our student success work, making it difficult to analyze the effectiveness of our initiatives. In this two-part webinar series, originally presented as a workshop […]

Read More about Quantifying the Impact of Your Student Success Initiatives (Part 1)

In this second session, we will focus on the backend of the process – analyzing and reporting on the outcomes of your initiatives. We will dive deeper into using the tools within the Navigate platform to assist with your evaluation, including the new Intervention Effectiveness tool. We will then close out the session with recommendations for how to successfully communicate your results and use your successes (or challenges) to inform future initiatives.

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