College & Career Readiness (K-12)
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Student Success & Advising
The University of Montana uses Starfish to help students connect with the right resources to stay focused on achieving their ultimate goal of graduation
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs team used Starfish to drive in-person advising
Guttman Community College, the newest community college in the City University of New York (CUNY), offers an equity-driven, highimpact, guided pathways learning experience to best support its diverse, urban student population.
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) is one of the 16 technical and community colleges in the Wisconsin Technical College System, supporting more than 41,500 students across multiple campuses and regional centers in the Green Bay, WI area. NWTC is an Achieving the Dream Leader College—a national designation awarded to community colleges that commit to improving student success and closing achievement gaps.
Learn how Ramapo College of New Jersey achieved key student success goals using Starfish by Hobsons.
Helena College University of Montana is a public two-year college focused on providing access to lifelong educational opportunities. Central to its mission is enhancing student persistence by aligning student support programs and reducing barriers to access and success.
To retain students, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) had to transform the advising culture. A committee of faculty, staff, and academic leaders chose the Starfish by Hobsons platform because of its early warning system and easy user interface.
Youngstown State University (YSU) needed a user-friendly online system with the ability for all stakeholders to access the same information in a central place. The system needed to complement their academic support procedures. YSU chose Starfish by Hobsons and it went live in 2012.
The University of Illinois Springfield (UIS) is a public university serving more than 5,000 students in 23 undergraduate programs. Formerly an upper-division campus, the institution opened its doors to freshmen and sophomores for the first time in 2001.