A new study from Noel-Levitz explores factors that influence the sophomore slump and identifies ways that campuses can reach out to second-year students to help more of them succeed.
In the second part of his look at student success and relationship planning models, Tim Culver examines the metrics and milestones to support student retention strategies.
Julie Bryant explains how including institutional and parent satisfaction data can help campuses make informed decisions about institutional priorities.
Tim Culver explains how your campus can develop a student success relationship framework to help students persist to graduation.
Jo Hillman explains how data on non-cognitive attitudes can play a critical role in college completion rates and overall student success.
Even after many students received academic support, demand remained high for support with writing, reading, and math at the institutions in our study.
Janene Panfil discusses strategies for using motivational assessment data to intervene with at-risk college students.
Fred Longenecker shares findings from the soon-to-be-released 2013 Student Retention Indicators Benchmark Report and discusses how the data can be used for college completion goal-setting on your campus.
Fred Longenecker examines new data from the Freshman Attitudes and Needs at Mid-Year report, which identify gaps in the types of assistance freshmen students want from those they receive by the end of their first semester.