Student Success: Dimensions, Priorities, and Collaboration for the Future

On Demand
Session Type: Virtual
Delivery Format: Additional On-Demand Content
With the launch of its new Student Success Community Programs, EDUCAUSE is building on the important Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS) work, conducted with support from the Gates Foundation. iPASS enables advising reform and begins to shift the focus to a more student-centered model. While "student success" surely needs to encompass persistence and completion, in order to stay ahead of the workforce needs of the future, we need to ensure that as we continue to expand, student success also includes learning outcomes and quality. Together, we will explore some important questions, such as: How must higher education's understanding of student success evolve? What are the key dimensions of student success, and what technologies are central to support interventions, data collection, and analytics efforts? What kind of institutional collaboration is critical in these initiatives? Join the conversation and share your ideas and priorities around student success.

Outcomes: Discuss strategies and technologies that have impacted student success on your campus * Articulate key dimensions of student success * Consider new or expanded strategies to support student success for the future


  • Kathe Pelletier

    Director, Teaching and Learning Program, EDUCAUSE

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    Updated on 1/22/2024