Attracting the right students is only one part of the solution to student success. High retention and graduation rates speak volumes about the quality of your institution’s educational programs and experiences. Having an effective retention plan while reducing enrollment costs is a critical component of SEM.
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Designing for Student Success: Leading Across the Student LifecycleEvery Tool in the Chest: Utilizing Financial Aid to Encourage Student SuccessHow to Increase Enrollment While Improving Student Success in Under a YearMind Over Matter: Why It's Important in Improving Student Success
Accesibility and Inclusion
Student Experience Matters: Redefining SEM in Community College RecruitmentRemoving Policy/Procedural Barriers for Increased Access and Student SuccessTransfer Roadmaps: Increasing Informational and Institutional Access Through a Collaboratively Produced Resource
Undergoing a Transformational Change to Support the Student ExperienceThe International Recruitment Landscape: Adjusting Strategies in a Shifting MarketplaceRethinking Data: Evolving decision analytics for the changing face of higher education
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One community college learned that communications can impart a growth mindset from the start.
Since implemented, one institution has seen increased retention and decreased melt.
Addressing Students’ Basic Needs with a Culture of Caring
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Saturday, November 2 & Sunday, November 32-Day Intensive: Foreign Credential Evaluation Workshop Two-day crash
course on foreign credential evaluation and its application in undergraduate and graduate admission
Sunday, November 3How to Craft a Financial Aid Leveraging Model | 1:00 P.M. - 3:45 P.M. Gain an overview of
critical data needed (internal and external) to craft and design an effective financial aid leveraging plan.
Use of Data and Data Analysis | 1:00 P.M. - 3:45 P.M.Interact with datasets and models for a “hands-on experience” to further
understand the use of data and data analysis concepts tied to recruitment and retention.