Data from a national survey sample of 90,000 freshmen illustrate students’ self-reported needs and receptivity to various types of academic assistance such as tutoring.
Lew Sanborne argues that campuses should look beyond institutional retention and completion rates and toward a more comprehensive understanding of student success.
How can institutions expand their benchmarks for college student success and improve retention and graduation rates? Consultant Lew Sanborne examines the advantages of mid-year student assessment.
While the higher education community debates on loosening the benchmarks for completion and graduation rates, Dr. Jim Hundrieser argues for tightening those benchmarks.
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.