Student Success: Building a Culture for Retention and Completion on College Campuses is based on a survey conducted by Maguire Associates, Inc., was written by Jeffrey J. Selingo, contributing editor at The Chronicle of Higher Education, Inc. and is sponsored by Ellucian. The Chronicle is fully responsible for the report’s editorial content.  Copyright © 2015.


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Student Success: Building a Culture for Retention and Completion on College Campuses
For years, colleges focused their attention on getting students in the door – without worrying about what happened next.

With more than 400,000 students dropping out of college every year, provosts and other leaders face the challenge of getting more students on the path to degree completion.

The Chronicle’s latest report is based on an extensive survey of college leaders and their practices for retaining more students. Get the valuable insights and trends on student-success practices that will help you build an effective strategy for your students.

You’ll read about:

  • The most popular approaches to student retention and completion
  • Who is responsible for driving student-success efforts on campus
  • Different advising models that work for public vs. private institutions
  • Predictive models and other ways to leverage big data
  • Ways to measure the impact of student-success initiatives

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