Essential Student Success Strategies for the Full Student Lifecycle
Student success is by far the leading trend impacting higher education in 2015. While most colleges and universities have some sort of first-year program, student attrition goes well beyond the first year. And with increasing pressure to demonstrate outcomes, most commonly measured in job and graduate school placement rates, career development operations are under increasing scrutiny and pressure.
The focus for the future must be on providing the appropriate services and structures that support students during their entire college experience—from the time they are admitted until after they graduate. It’s not just about improving our retention—the emphasis must shift to improving graduation rates.
Join Salesforce.org for a free webinar, Essential Student Success Strategies for the Full Student Lifecycle, on Thursday, April 30 at 2:00 p.m. EDT / 11:00 a.m. PDT, to explore a new model for retention management. During the webinar, we will focus on using data from multiple sources on what students are saying they need to be successful in their undergraduate programs and benchmarks for measuring progress. We will also share trends in the models and delivery of career development programs across the country.
This is the first webinar in a two-part series highlighting Student Success and Retention solutions from Salesforce.org and we will be joined by Mari Normyle, Assistant Vice President for Retention Solutions at Ruffalo Noel Levitz, who will share her expertise during the discussion.
Register today for the webinar, Essential Student Success Strategies for the Full Student Lifecycle, to learn more.
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