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When it comes to student engagement, support, and success, technology matters

Today’s higher ed environment demands a number of “must-haves” when it comes to communication, student engagement, and retention

It’s been nearly a year and a half since COVID first discombobulated higher education and put in motion major technology changes relatively overnight. One could argue such changes were record-breaking in an industry that prefers to move much slower by nature. While the changes were reactive, forced upon higher ed by COVID, there is a big opportunity for higher ed to proactively implement enabling technology solutions with the help of the $40 billion American Rescue Plan (ARP) – which included the Higher Education Emergency Fund III (HEERF III), one of the largest, single investments ever made in higher ed.

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