Colleges and universities face seemingly constant scrutiny from external stakeholders questioning the value of a postsecondary education. Is this criticism warranted? Explore this infographic to learn more about the fate of our students.
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Learn how advisors can use population health management and coordinated care to prioritize their time toward students with rising risk instead of only focusing on those with urgent, critical needs.
At the majority of schools, students receiving help are those self-aware and tenacious enough to ask for it, rather than those who need it most. This study profiles innovators’ efforts to elevate student success initiatives from the current patchwork of support services to an actively managed enterprise process.
Access best practices on how enrollment managers are growing transfer enrollment by eliminating barriers to entry posed by standard outreach and admissions procedures.
This webinar provides a blueprint for a student-entered advising model by discussing two critical imperatives: structuring advising to enable consistency and accountability & targeting intervention strategies based on student risk.
Complex student populations and limited advisor capacity make improving outcomes a challenge. This infographic outlines four key elements of a population health management approach to student success, including strategies you can implement today to begin the shift toward population-based student support.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice
Student success guru Tim Renick discusses GSU’s journey to eliminating equity gaps and shares scalable, replicable best practices other institutions can follow to do the same.
See seven questions college leaders should ask to identify and dismantle racist practices on their campus to promote equity.
EAB’s Meacie Fairfax and Ed Venit discuss equity gaps in higher education and ways the pandemic and recent social unrest threaten to widen those gaps unless universities take swift action.
Our infographic outlines 116 leading indicators of demographic disparities in student success metrics like retention, academic performance, graduation, and career outcomes.
Organization and Accountability
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.
Onboarding, Engagement, and First-Year Experience
Learn how your institution can improve outcomes for first-generation college students, a group that typically must overcome a variety of social, academic, and administrative barriers to succeed in college.
Maximize current campus and community resources to meet students’ mental health needs with these 23 practices.
More community college students are entering with remedial needs, applying for financial aid, and enrolling in college after years out of a formal educational setting. Learn to increase applicant conversion rates by streamlining the enrollment process.
Degree Planning and Progress
You may find yourself scratching your head when students make choices that undermine their own self-interest, such as under-loading credit hours or delaying their major declaration. Discover the unseen cognitive biases that are keeping your students from succeeding—and nudges you can use to overcome them.
Growing public concern about the return on investment associated with higher education has created pressure for both public and private institutions to assume greater responsibility for students’ post-graduation outcomes. Explore our report for 34 best practices to incorporate meaningful career exploration into the academic curriculum.
In this podcast episode, EAB experts explain how to integrate financial aid services into the broader student support network to help more students graduate with less debt.
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