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STUDENT RETENTION AND SUCCESS PROGRAMS REQUIRE A TEAM EFFORT
Your students have selected your institution for various reasonsóacademic reputation, location, affordability.
They choose to stay at your institution for reasons that are less varied. They want to feel successful, reach their goals, and stay within a budget.
Everyone plays a role.
You might be in charge of leading your institutionís retention program, but you shouldnít be alone.
Retaining students is so important to your institutionís success that everyone should be responsible for student success: college administrators, financial aid counselors, admissions directors, recruitment counselors, marketing directors, student services directors, technology department representatives, and faculty members.
Shifting an institutionís culture away from rigid job responsibilities to a more collaborative model can be a tough sell. It doesnít happen overnight, but it is achievable and crucial to your institutionís success.
The 43-page white paper, Developing a Sustainable Retention and Student Success Program, outlines how to assemble a campus-wide team to focus on student retention, and also provides readers with checklists and questionnaires to evaluate progress and fill in gaps.
Developing a Sustainable Retention and Student Success Program will help you identify who needs to be involved in your programís efforts, design a program that includes the essential elements for success, look at the right data, make informed decisions, and provide guidance to faculty members in their retention efforts.
In this excellent resource, youíll learn:
- The 16 pitfalls of a retention and student success program
- The 25 reports every recruitment administrator needs
- The 25 questions that a retention and student success committee should ask about its institution
- The 20 questions every institutionís president should be able to answer
- 50 strategies for retaining students
You know that your various retention and student success committee members donít have time to read an entire book about the subject, but they all have time to read this white paper that targets their individual roles in your institutionís overall retention strategy.
You can provide each committee member or even every faculty member with a copy of the white paper so everyone on campus understands the importance of retaining students and his or her role in the effort.
Distribute a copy of Developing a Sustainable Retention and Student Success Program to:
- College administrators
- Financial aid counselors
- Academic advisors
- The registrar
- Academic deans
- Student services directors
- Technology department representatives
- Academic faculty
Developing a Sustainable Retention and Student Success Program is practical and full of information that youíll want to underline, highlight, and share with your retention teams across campus. Order today.
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