In the videos below, hear directly from our members about the impact the Student Success Collaborative is having on their campuses.
Samford University and Elizabeth City State University
Transforming student success at small schools
Nancy Biggio of Samford University and Farrah Jackson Ward of Elizabeth City State University discuss their experiences working with EAB to implement new technology, gain buy-in, and improve outcomes at their small enrollment institutions. Watch the videos.
Meeting students where they are—their phones
Rajesh Kumar, Executive Director of the PACT program at Mercy College, explains how the Navigate mobile advisor (formerly known as Guide) initiates important conversations with students about their journey through college. Watch the video.
Georgia State University
Creating a culture where numbers matter
Timothy Renick, Vice Provost at GSU, shares how EAB has helped them translate data into actionable tactics to significantly narrow the achievement gap. He explains "why numbers matter"—and how embracing this mentality on GSU's campus has allowed them to make measurable strides, most notably a 3% gain in graduation rate. Watch the video.
Middle Tennessee State University
Achieving persistence gains beyond first year
Rick Sluder, Vice Provost, discusses how—in just a few short months—MTSU has been able to realize considerable gains in persistence across its entire student body. By embracing data, running campaigns, and targeting the "Murky Middle", MTSU has retained an additional 459 students. Watch the videos.