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

We Can Do Better

National persistence rates are virtually unchanged over recent decades despite significant new investment in support resources. Financial investment in academic support and student services is growing at a rate almost double that of investment in instruction, yet this investment has done little to move the dial. As college access to at-risk populations expands, universities are likely to find that they are running harder just to stay in place.

Running to Stay in Place

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A Revenue Opportunity That Can No Longer Be Ignored

How Much Better Could We Be?