Join us on Wednesday, June 12th for a Webinar with Indiana Wesleyan’s Director of Enrollment Management, Ian Slater, and, Jason Stephens, Associate Dean for Student Engagement. They will discuss their strategies for student engagement starting with the process that led to high-level buy-in from leadership and staff. The webinar will cover their challenges, technology selection process, implementation, and adoption strategies for student success and engagement support technology.
In Their Corner: Advising Students to be the GREATEST!
Each year, over 3,000 diverse groups of professionals to include advisors, administrators, faculty, counselors, career development specialists, researchers, graduate students and others connected to the field of advising, gather to network, learn, and search for ways to enhance student success.
Conference website: https://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Events/Annual-Conference.aspx
The AACC annual meeting is among the largest and most dynamic gatherings of educational leaders, attracting more than 2,000 community college presidents and senior administrators, as well as international educators, representatives of business/industry and federal agencies.
The 2019 HLC Annual conference will focus on how institutions of higher learning can create roadmaps for student success. The conference will provide forums for discussion of innovative programming and support services that meet students where they are and help them achieve success.
Colleges and universities are increasingly turning to data-driven decision making in order to improve student outcomes and success. Predictive models can help identify at-risk students and alert the appropriate individuals to intervene at the right time. There are numerous factors that can contribute to a student’s experience in higher education.
Concordia University Wisconsin partnered with Aviso Retention to proactively engage with their student using custom predictive models aimed at specific sub-populations of students. Andy Miller, Director for the Center for Academic Advising & Career Engagement will review CUW's student support successes and student engagement opportunities made visible with Aviso Retention.
The theme of the 2018-2019 South Carolina Technical Education Association (SCTEA) conference is Collaboration: The Key to Success. During the 2019 SCTEA Conference, Technical Colleges will celebrate our success stories that bridge from high school to technical college to university.
The Student Success & Retention Conference is Oregon’s annual conference for student affairs professionals, faculty and administrators.
The Conference is an opportunity to engage with fellow educators from Oregon and southwest Washington on topics related to student success. This year’s theme asks us to “flip the script” of helping our students become college ready and, instead, to critically examine what our colleges can do to be “student ready.”
The League’s Annual Convention is the premier professional development event for California community colleges – faculty, administrators, staff and trustees. This event brings together more than 600 attendees and provides opportunities for colleagues and partners to share their tools, models, and accomplishments.
This year’s theme, Eyes on the Horizon, will bring together California community college professionals and state and national leaders, who will share their knowledge and experience.
The 2018 Annual Convention will once again offer great value while keeping costs down, and quality high! You’ll discover:
General sessions with State and nationally known keynote speakers
High impact concurrent sessions
Educational Showcase featuring League Corporate Partners
Focus sessions and workshops
Association and organization business meetings
Entertainment with host district student talent
Aviso Retention will be raffling off 2 Amazon Echo Dots to highlight our Amazon Alexa Voice Integration. Please stop by our booth for a free consultation or to learn more.
With the ever-changing demands on our community and technical colleges, it can become increasingly difficult to ensure appropriate time and resources are allocated to fully support our student success teams. Any additions to our business practices need to be well thought out and have an immediate impact. For many institutions, the right answer to support our teams has meant implementing a software platform to help with the heavy lift of proactively advising our students.
Yet, with multiple initiatives and limited resources how are colleges successfully implementing the right platform, managing culture shifts and avoiding implementing software for software's sake.
Join us for a Webinar on September 20th as we tackle this topic. In partnership with Aviso Retention, Dr. Sandra Landry of Mitchell Community College and Dr. Gene Smith of Wayne Community College will walk through how they found the right platform and managed implementation and culture shifts to ensure success on their campuses.