Monday, September 14, 2 pm to Friday, October 16, 2020, 3 pm
PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THE PODCAST ONCE THIS AIRS, ONCE REGISTERED, YOU WILL RECEIVE THE LINK TO VIEW AT YOUR CONVIENCE UP THROUGH OCTOBER 16.
Hosted by the Institutional Research and Effectiveness and the Center for Teaching and Learning. Led by Rory McElwee, Sean Hendricks, & Penny McPherson-Myers of Rowan University. Although many retention initiatives focus on the early years of college, considerable attrition also occurs in the later stages of the student lifecycle (in the second half of the degree program). This webinar will address programs and policies at later stages to facilitate retention, progression, and graduation in the context of the national completion agenda. A set of guiding questions will enable participants to assess and improve their institutions’ later-stage retention initiatives, with a focus on availability of relevant data and completion-supportive policies, services, programs, and campus culture. A "Completion Toolbox" containing a data-driven suite of programs, policies, and practices to support later-stage retention and completion will be presented. Strategies for campus culture change to support later-stage initiatives for diverse student populations will also be discussed.
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