Can student coaching help higher ed improve retention rates?

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Many higher-ed student success initiatives focus on at-risk students. Loyola University New Orleans, however, has flipped this script by giving every first-year student personalized coaching—and it’s working: The…

3 takeaways from North Carolina Community College System’s AI projects

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Colleges, universities, and community college systems are grappling with how best to plan, implement, and deliver artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to the maximum benefit of students, faculty, administration,…

In higher ed, women in IT face an uphill battle for leadership roles

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At last fall's EDUCAUSE, four female higher-ed IT leaders offered advice for their colleagues aspiring to leadership roles in IT. The session addressed issues such as conscious and…

Higher ed must learn to use student data more wisely

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When it comes to recruitment and alumni contributions, how you use student data can make a big difference. According to Students, alumni, and administrators agree: Data-driven communications make…

Are community colleges for unicorns?

Community colleges were designed to serve a dying breed of students--a unicorn--instead of post-traditional students.
Post-traditional students are much different from the student population most community colleges were designed to serve, but these institutions must meet this student group's unique needs in order…

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