• Manage Your Events
  • Saved webpages and searches
  • Manage your subscriptions
  • Update personal information
  • Invite a colleague

What is a student success management system?

The SSMS is an enterprise-level technology that links administrators, advisors, deans, faculty, other staff and students in a coordinated care network designed to help schools proactively manage student success and deliver a return on education.


450+ colleges and universities are already members of EAB’s Student Success Collaborative—keep reading to learn why.

Proven Results


the amount of year-one revenue gains seen from members of the Student Success Collaborative

More results from current members:

  • 2-11% increases in first-year retention
  • 18% increase in degrees conferred to African-American students
  • 35% increase in students declaring a major at the end of their first year

  • 8% increase in four-year graduation rate
  • 8 fewer credit hours at completion on average
  • 4.5% increase in persistence for new transfers
The Evolution of Student Success

Student success management is not what it used to be.

Update your approach with proven best practices.

Features & Benefits

Drive impact through insight

We create a customized, predictive model so you can identify at-risk students and isolate systemic barriers to degree completion.

With a cross-campus referral system and real-time student engagement data, EAB's student success management system, Campus, enables personalized care pathways and closed-loop support recommendations.

Value beyond the technology

Each of the 450+ members that deploy EAB's student success management system is a part of a larger movement called the Student Success Collaborative. Members of the Collaborative receive a different-in-kind experience: support-dedicated consulting, access to the most progressive student success conference in the country (CONNECTED), a customized best practice library, monthly Collaborative-wide webconferences, and much more.

“I have been engaged with student success for 30 years. For 25 of them, I have been wishing I could do the kinds of things SSC is doing.”

 –Dr. Kris Smith, Associate Provost, George Mason University

See what our other members have to say →

Learn More

Our Student Success Collaborative members have seen gains in first-year retention from 2 to 12 percentage points, and graduation gains from 3 to 11 percentage points. The Case Study Compendium showcases nine diverse approaches to improving student outcomes.

Download the Case Study Compendium

 Case Study Compendium
Contact Us
Fill out the information below to get in touch with a Student Success Collaborative expert.