How to engage your faculty in student success
The latest from the Student Success Collaborative
About the Presentation
Over 80% of institutions rely on faculty to play a role in advising and improving student success. As a result, faculty engagement is crucial to advance metrics including retention and graduation rates.
However, on many campuses, faculty are disengaged. Their lackluster participation and limited technology adoption hinders the effectiveness of your student success initiatives.
Over the past two years, our researchers have learned proven practices for engaging faculty in their roles as advisors, instructors, and curriculum leaders.
- Engage faculty in advising responsibilities and data driven course and curriculum redesign
- Encourage collaboration between advisors and faculty to improve student outcomes
- Improve faculty response rates to progress reports or early alerts
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