In higher education, it’s widely understood that student success and institutional success go hand-in-hand.
As a result, colleges and universities spend countless dollars trying to support students on the journey toward achieving their degrees. But are these attempts working? What does student success really look like? Finally, how can institutions foster success in an economic and educational environment turned upside-down by COVID?
To ensure they’re making the best spending decisions and allocating limited resources in the most effective ways possible, colleges and universities require a means to measure student success and institutional opportunities – and that’s where analytics come in.
Does your institution have an analytics strategy in place?
What's Included In This eBook
- How analytics can define and support student success in higher education;
- Using measures to define success;
- Gaps in data and usage that hold institutions back;
- What analytics programs require for inter-departmental coordination.