Signal Vine’s The Student Retention Guidebook explains how educators can meet and surpass retention goals by adapting tactics and creating a welcoming campus to better engage today’s at-risk and underrepresented students.
Many organizations are implementing Guided Pathways. Learn how you can use automation, AI, and texting to improve Guided Pathways at your institution.
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In the second blog of our college retention rates series, we discuss the characteristics of students who are most at risk of not completing a degree.
One in three students who enroll in postsecondary education never complete their degree. Find out why in this infographic.
Learn about the factors contributing to the student retention problem in the United States in part one of our retention blog series.
In this webinar, Signal Vine’s CEO Brian Kathman and Dr. Jacqueline S. Taylor and Dr. Nikita L. Ashford-Ashworth from Southwest Tennessee Community College explain how technology can be used to improve retention and enrollment.
Occam's razor states to go with the simplest solution. Learn about the simplest solution to engaging Generation Z students to keep them on track to graduation.
Personalization is a powerful skill that has proven to engage Generation Z. We take a look at the goals of pragmatic personalization and why it matters to this new generation of college students.
Join Nikita Ashford-Ashworth and Jacqueline Taylor from Southwest Tennessee Community College and see how they increased fall to fall retention through texting.
Texting your first-year students at the beginning of the year is extremely important to make connections. Need help coming up with ideas? We got you covered.
Community college freshmen received text messages about financial aid reminders and the nudges lead to an increase in college persistence rates.
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