How to Build a Student-Centric Community College

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How to Build a Student-Centric Community College

A conversation with Dr. Chuck Lloyd, President, White Mountains Community College

EAB’s Dr. Christina Hubbard and White Mountains Community College President Dr. Chuck Lloyd sat down to discuss what it means to be a student-centric institution. Check out these three short videos to explore the innovative strategies and technology White Mountains used to build cross-campus buy-in and improve their fall-to-spring persistence rate by 17.5% in the middle of the pandemic.

17.5 Point Improvement in Fall to Spring Persistence Rate

Learn how innovative retention and student success strategies helped White Mountains Community College realize a 17.5 percentage point increase in Fall-to-Spring persistence in the middle of the pandemic.

How to Build Cross Campus Buy-In for Student Success Management System

See how White Mountains Community College leveraged technology solutions to connect stakeholders across campus and support students throughout their academic journey.

What it Means to be a Student-Centric Institution

Listen in as Dr. Hubbard and Dr. Lloyd discuss what it means to be a student-centric institution and how White Mountains has successfully adapted to the needs and expectations of today’s students.

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“At the end of the day, education is not a one-size-fits-all model–it can’t be–and we’ve tried to customize our education one student at a time”

– Dr. Chuck Lloyd, President, White Mountains Community College

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