How to Break Down the Barriers to Student Success in Higher Education
Strengthen your student success initiatives by aligning definitions across campus and supporting a unified, long-term objective.
The definition and methods for achieving and enabling student success have changed over the years, shifting from the traditional belief that students are the primary party responsible for achieving their own success to the modern reality that institutions play a significant role in ensuring learners experience success according to the student's personal objectives. Exposition aside, enrolling future learners and retaining current students both lean heavily on perceived student outcomes, which means institutions must prioritize their student success initiatives.
Part of the challenge facing institutions is aligning the definition of student success across campus, as various stakeholders, departments, and cohorts all have their own ideologies. One of the best ways to ensure your students experience success is to take a top-down approach that understands the journey from a nascent student success program to a mature, wholly operational model.
Listen to the recording of our white paper to learn more about:
- The importance of prioritizing student success as higher education's perceived value changes.
- Identifying and aligning the core criteria that make up a student success initiative across campus.
- The steps that can be taken to build and implement a mature student success program.
- Recognizing and overcoming the traditional barriers to student success in higher education.