Hardwiring Student Success

Building Disciplines for Retention and Timely Graduation

Topics: First Year Experience, Student Retention and Success, Early Warning Systems, Advising, Academic Affairs, Faculty Affairs, Student Information Systems, Information Technology, Student Experience, Student Affairs, Degree Progress

Some States Beginning to Experiment with "Pay for Performance"

State governments increasingly are building retention and graduation rates into their funding models. A growing number of states offer meaningful financial incentives for improvement in persistence and completion. Some are now including measures of institutional performance in their standard allocation formulas. Trends suggest that other states may soon follow. Public universities that anticipate this paradigm shift and act accordingly should benefit financially.

Some States Beginning to Experiment with "Pay for Performance"

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Federal Focus on Success, Not Just Access

A Revenue Opportunity That Can No Longer Be Ignored