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Student Success Blog
American higher education has a dropout problem. About one in three students who enroll in college never earn a degree. But a promising solution is staring us in the face: Schools with similar students often have very different graduation rates. This suggests that the problem isn’t the students — it’s the schools.
Our 5 Stages of Student Success was developed to help an institution guide students through the college experience and help identify what retention strategies and interventions should be provided as student’s matriculate and progress towards their educational goals. The methodology is based on a solid foundation of theory, research and practice on college student retention.
Ball State University, based in Muncie, IN, has chosen to partner with Aviso Retention to provide an improved experience for students and enable their staff to accurately identify student risks through predictive modeling.
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 this blogpost we will take a deeper look into the need for institutions to align themselves to more effectively support their students by beginning with their overall student success strategy and focusing on three pillars: People, Process and Technology.
Academic achievement alone is not enough to get students to college completion. What was previously an issue of enrolling more students in college is now an issue of too many students starting college but not completing . The impact of financial information can have on an institution’s ability to meet the needs of students during later stages of that relationship, specifically once a student is enrolled and actively pursuing their degree.
The Aviso Retention Community is vibrant and strong. Best practices and information sharing amongst each other increases the likelihood of success for our students.