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Brockport set out to use Starfish solutions in 2017 with the goal of establishing a culture in which students instinctively reach out for assistance and get it quickly and easily in order to achieve the university’s student success goals.
With more than 8,000 students, Brockport describes itself as one of the most engaged campuses in the country, due in large part to their focus on student success.
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In order to spark more student-faculty relationships and provide a more collaborative environment for student success, UT Health San Antoniovimplemented Starfish solutions in Fall 2016.
With a large population of at-risk students, instructional administration at Lake Washington Institute of Technology saw a need to develop a more intuitive framework for faculty to build more intentional relationships with students.
Through intentional design of attributes, cohorts, and tracking items, the University of Toledo has re-engineered its process and communication workflows using Starfish’s case management framework, Starfish Connect.
To help success coaches manage multiple students, keep track of documentation, and proactively communicate with students about a potential problem, UT implemented Starfish.
Prior to 2012, Ramapo struggled with a large disconnect between students and staff, which often led to fewer students succeeding in their academics.
Ramapo began a shift in 2010 to create a culture of student success by utilizing Starfish technology. “The effort began with the idea that student success is far more than a singular initiative or the job responsibility of one individual – it is a culture that must permeate a campus in the name of improving the student experience,” said Chris Romano, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs.
Almost 50% of Ramapo’s student population are commuter students, while transfers from community colleges continue to increase — two populations that are often associated with lower engagement and retention rates.
Oro Grande implemented Naviance in Fall 2014 in order to provide equity of access to all and to help their students identify and pursue their goals after graduation.
The college serves 6,000 students,and is driven by its mission to provide students a strong foundation for a lifetime of achievement.