Institutions are increasingly focused on supporting student success, with 73 percent of colleges and universities shifting their organizational structure to benefit students, according to a new study.

The research study aims to demonstrate how higher education institutions are evolving to support student success and close the student-college digital divide. Unit4, a provider of higher-ed student management systems, conducted the research to ascertain how student success is driving investment in core systems.

Responses from higher education IT decision makers in the U.S., from 2-year (33 percent) and 4-year (59 percent) institutions of varying sizes, show that student retention is the number...

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