This ASHE conference session includes three papers about the use of multiple measures to place students who are entering college for the first time.
Panelists at this AACC Fall Meeting session will discuss how institutions can rethink their transfer dialogue with four-year partners, how data can be used as a lever for change, and as how to use incentives for students to complete at the community college before making the decision to transfer.
This session at the Moving the Needle conference will provide guidance on how to build stronger pathways to bachelor's degrees in fields of regional economic importance.
To explore the benefits and costs of student mobility in postsecondary education, the papers in this session utilize rich administrative data from two- and four-year colleges across three state higher education systems as well as analysis of transfer-related legislation from 10 states.
This session featured cutting-edge research that analyzes and compares how each state is measuring up to transfer and degree-completion goals.
In this webinar, researchers and practitioners will discuss efforts to implement transition courses and their success to date.
This session at the 2016 EDUCAUSE conference will explore how educational planning technology tools are evolving the role of the advisor, faculty, and staff.