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Use our Starfish Student Success Plan Template to help build out your initiatives on campus.
Starfish Analytics is a cohesive suite of tools and services designed to transform campus-wide student success using data, analytics and intervention management.
Garner best practices, tips and insights on how to increase student success at the community college level from institutions similar to your own.
Implementing a comprehensive student success solution across all offices, departments and schools on campus helps to connect the many silos and simplify efforts that previously might have been unknowingly duplicated. Establishing a holistic approach and achieving faculty engagement are key milestones when working to provide the best student success network to students.
Campus CIOs are forecasting that a personalized, integrated and coherent student experience will become a key differentiator for higher education institutions.
Ramapo’s use of Starfish has evolved from a student success office initiative and tool to an institution-wide student success strategy.
"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.
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 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.
This report empirically explores student- and institutional-level factors that influence the likelihood of upward transfer for students who enroll in community college directly after high school. It also offers strategies for high school educators, college faculty and staff, and state and federal policymakers to consider in order to increase upward transfer rates.