Onboarding, engagement, and first-year experience

Student success practitioners put considerable emphasis on supporting incoming students as they make the often difficult leap from high school to college. Here you can find guidance on the most innovative practices to support first-year students at both two- and four-year institutions.

Is your school doing enough to support students early in their college journey?

Understanding that students must make a lot of choices early in their educational journey, both four-year institutions and community colleges have adopted more structured planning to support students—and achieve better retention and graduation rates.

Guided Pathways, the student success initiative popularized by community colleges, lays out clear and cohesive academic programs for students. Read our white paper to learn how to apply the Guided Pathways methodology to your student success strategy.

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