Tim Culver explains how your campus can develop a student success relationship framework to help students persist to graduation.
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.
Data from our 2011 National Freshman Attitudes Report shows 11 to 17 percent of entering first-year college students wish they were doing something else besides going to college.
Jim Hundrieser and Brian Dalton explain how effective student retention practices have become increasingly important to meeting and exceeding enrollment management goals.
Lew Sanborne describes the importance of continued dedication to student success even after the first year.
An analysis of data that shows when college students leave higher education prior to completing a degree. This data can help optimize student retention efforts.
Tim Culver explains the basic formulas that drive understanding of student retention, student completion and what metrics can be used to build meaningful plans to increase both.
Evaluating the purpose of assessing students mid-way through their first year of college. This practice can help higher education institutions better understand and retain students.
A new Noel-Levitz report highlights an increase in new student enrollment and retention for most college and higher education institutions in 2010.