Are you considering offering dual credit opportunities to enhance college and career readiness in your district? Learn how dual credit programs are being deployed at high schools across the country and how school district leadership perceive their value.
The new report, “Dual Enrollment in the Context of Strategic Enrollment Management,” explores the institution-level practices of dual enrollment in the context of strategic enrollment management.
Institutional leadership continues to explore the potential of “big data” and analytics to build capacity, support student success initiatives, and inform decision-making.
Hobsons executives and members of our Student Success team are heading to San Francisco to attend the 13th Annual DREAM Institute, hosted by Achieving the Dream (ATD). Here's a look at what we'll be up to.
Thoughts from Ellen Wagner, Hobsons' Vice President of Research, on her closing panel remarks at the 2016 Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting.
Looking forward to the American Council on Education’s 99th Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Did you ever wonder if 100 percent old-school, campus-based, face-to-face learning might be better for all students? Or that maybe online learning should only be available to certain kinds of students? Maybe online learning is actually slowing students down on their journey to completion… and maybe it penalizes at-risk students most of all.
The most important innovators in today’s student success are the people on campus.
Predictive analytics have been used in a wide variety of settings, including higher education, to manage finances, inventory, operations, assets and resources. Increasingly, higher educational institutions are turning to business intelligence tools and techniques for enrollment management and student recruitment.
Hobsons is committed to conducting original research on questions of student success with our members and partners. Like any researchers, we are especially proud when our research is published in peer-reviewed journals. Take a look at our most-recent published research.
Dual credit programs are academic programs where students complete courses in high school and receive college credit. They have been part of the educational landscape in the United States for more than 60 years.
The Hobsons team is heading to Philadelphia to participate in EDUCAUSE 2017. Here's a look at what we'll be up to.