Last month, more than 1,000 educators descended upon beautiful Marco Island, Florida, for the 2019 edition of Hobsons Summer Institute (HSI). Individuals’ goals for attending the conference were varied but were led by the opportunity to network with other professionals from across the country, learn best practices in expert-led sessions, and stay up to date on the latest education technology trends. Here are five of our big takeaways from the conference:
New Orleans, LAThe 15th Annual National Symposium on Student Retention (NSSR) offers a complete educational experience exploring the latest evidence-based research on post-secondary retention and graduation. The intimate, content-focused environment enhances the potential for networking and encourages collaboration among colleagues from diverse fields and institutions.
The AASCU 2019 Annual Meeting will address these and other salient issues facing public higher education today as we explore “Stewards of Place: Reimagined.” As AASCU institutions continue to deliver high quality and affordable education to millions of students, many low-income, first-generation and students of color, we must also reassess and re-evaluate the current higher education landscape to rightfully maintain our position as transformative institutions of learning, anchored in student success that drive economic opportunity, promote social mobility, and tirelessly uphold our missions and values every day.
How can an institution build capacity and consensus among stakeholders for a new retention tool?
Fall is a time for new classes, a new routine, and perhaps a new school. Have you thought about how this year will help you reach your goals? Read our blog to learn 3 things you can do now to take ownership over your future.
As institutions invest in the success of their students, it’s no wonder there is increasing focus on approaching the issue holistically. The Starfish Enterprise Success Platform can help institutions scale their ability to support every student’s academic journey.
According to the 2019 College and University Basic Needs Insecurity: A National #RealCollege Survey Report, 45% of college student survey respondents reported they were food insecure in the previous 30 days.
5,114,013 students are enrolled in 2-year institutions across the United States in Spring 2019 according to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. The impact that community colleges are having on these students is note-worthy.
Three K-12 and Higher Education Institutions Recognized by Hobsons for their Impact in Student Success
Chicago, ILThe EDUCAUSE Annual Conference is the premier convening of IT professionals and technology providers across the diverse higher education landscape.
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“Starfish Project Hope” Will Help Institutions Identify and Support Students