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Ramapo’s use of Starfish has evolved from a student success office initiative and tool to an institution-wide student success strategy.
The research-backed CCLR Framework outlines six competencies that students in grades 6-12 must achieve to become college, career and life ready. Each competency outlines themes and objectives as well as grade-specific activities. Educators can use this practical toolkit to create a comprehensive, research-backed CCLR scope and sequence for any size school or district.
"The Student Success Matrix is helping to engage our institutions to support culture change and get the conversation going.”
Learn more about the unique challenges of the post-traditional student journey and how to better serve them at your institution.
Helping Underrepresented Students on the Path to Long-Term Success.
How to conquer the admissions travel season and life on the road
This research brief is the third in a series of four that explore outcomes for recent high school graduates who begin their postsecondary education in a community college. This study examined the impact of earning an associate degree prior to transfer on the probability of earning a bachelor’s degree.
This research brief is based on the results of a national survey conducted in partnership with AASA. The survey reveals what school districts across the country are doing to help students identify, research, and reach their goals after high school.
Hobsons is pleased to once again be a sponsor for the Inside Higher Ed survey of college and university admissions leaders. In this survey report, released in September of 2017, admissions leaders noted a number of concerns. Download the report to see what your colleagues in admissions across the U.S. have identified as trends to watch in 2017-2018.
Hobsons recently surveyed 224 admissions counselors to get their perspective of life on the road. Road warriors from all over the country provided their insights on high school visits, lunch room visits, interactions with high school counselors and students, as well as travel habits throughout the season. Admissions professionals also provided advice for school counselors who host visits on their campus.
This research brief is the second in a series of four, exploring outcomes for recent high school graduates who begin their postsecondary education in a community college using data from the Education Longitudinal Study of 2002.
While dual enrollment fills a similar student success niche in both higher and K–12 education, the administrative perspectives of these two entities do not always align. This article highlights the groups’ similarities and differences in perspective and proposes implications for practice.