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68 Blog Posts

Is Aging Technology Holding Your Institution Back?

We’ve all done it—held on to a phone or other device just a little longer than the recommended shelf life. Most of the time, the effects of not staying up to date with the latest technology has to offer are…...

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Centralized Management of Decentralized Assessment

One of my mentors, a guru in the field of higher education assessment, often mentioned the phrase “assessing the elephant” in our conversations. Each time I heard the phrase, the mental image I painted in my mind became increasingly obscure. Was…...

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Improve Your Application Form Completion Rates

With overall college applications declining, it makes sense to ensure that you are not losing out on potential students through avoidable issues with your application forms. The way your form fields and questions have been designed may be causing applicants to…...

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How Are Your Students Doing? Wellbeing, Belonging, Marginality and Social Support During the Pandemic

“The best thing [my institution] can do is realize that students are struggling right now and need all the extra support they can get. The state of the world and the anxiety I feel every day due to the pandemic…...

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Connecting the Dots Between Institutional Programs and Career Achievement

“So, what are you interested in doing after you graduate?” This age-old question is often posed for prospective or enrolled college students and echoed throughout recruitment conversations, discussions on selecting a major, resume or portfolio building activities and preparing for graduation....

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Alumni and Employment in a COVID Economy – Helping Identify Opportunities

The pandemic has had a significant impact on our lives in many ways. From an alumni survey we conducted late last summer, one aspect of its impact became apparent. Among more than 17,000 respondents, 23% indicated that COVID-19 had had…...

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Transforming the Community College Student Co-curricular Experience

Struggling with high levels of attrition and low degree or certificate completion rates, many community colleges have adopted curricular strategies such as dual enrollment, re-examination of placement testing and gateway courses, and Guided Pathways to improve student outcomes. Even though…...

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Equity-Centered Dashboards: Leveraging Data Visualization to Illuminate Student Outcomes

Higher education is laden with inequitable student outcomes – from access to college, progression and degree completion, involvement, and engagement in co-curricular and experiential learning opportunities to post-graduation outcomes. Many campuses set key performance indicators and goals to identify those inequities. Still, they are often confused about identifying the relevant…...

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Equity-Centered Student Success: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility

Campuses increasingly recognize the economic and social imperatives to permanently close achievement gaps for low socioeconomic and Black, Indigenous, and people of color students. ...

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