Completition Analysis

January 23, 2017

Edunav earns prestigious Guided Pathways to Success award from Complete College America

January 24, 2017

EduNav, a developer of algorithmic-based student academic planning software for colleges and universities, has earned the first-ever Guided Pathways to Success (GPS) Emerging Technology Award from Complete College America.

Top 10 IT issues, 2017: Foundations for student success

January 17, 2017

The 2017 EDUCAUSE Top 10 IT Issues are all about student success.1 Information technology in higher education continues to have many priorities and serve numerous constituents. IT service catalogs comprise hundreds of services to meet the many needs of faculty, students, and staff in various fields: the humanities; social, biological, and physical sciences; law; music;… View Article

Student success is on the radar for higher ed officials

December 22, 2016

Ensuring students are prepared for college and then do well academically, emotionally, physically and financially are key goals of student success initiatives on campuses today. And these programs aren’t on the minds of only administrators whose day-to-day jobs involve supporting students in these ways. Top institutional officials have student success on their minds—most of them… View Article

Higher ed enrollment concerns and strategies

December 20, 2016

Enrollment declines will be the most pressing concern keeping presidents and other top officials up at night in 2017. Seven in 10 who responded to a UB survey named it as the area with the greatest potential for causing the institution financial or reputational harm. State budget cuts, at 44 percent, are the next biggest worry… View Article

Higher ed enters the age of accountability

December 16, 2016

A greater level of accountability around access and outcomes looms on the horizon for higher ed administrators in 2017 and beyond. Experts across the ideological spectrum predict the federal government and the general public to demand more transparency in the data released about how graduates of specific campus programs fare in the job market. This push could… View Article