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June 10, 2021 | 2:00 PM

Webinar: Bridging the Gap from Research to Impact: FAFSA, Academic Momentum, and Course Selection

Decades of research has dug into the steps students must take to persist in college and the barriers holding them back, but this work often fails to equip higher ed professionals with concrete ways to shift the needle on key student outcomes. Join leading behavioral science and design non-profit ideas42 as they: Offer insights into how to effectively deploy two-way text messages to help students overcome behavioral barriers to persistence; Introduce a new tool (available at no charge to Signal Vine users) through which you can send tried-and-tested behavioral science-based campaigns to your students about FAFSA renewal, credit momentum, course selection, and more; Share an exciting new fellowship program ideas42 is offering for administrators at four-year colleges and universities to develop their own behavioral solutions to boost student persistence.

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June 23, 2021 | 3:00 PM

Webinar: Building a Communication Bridge to the Second Year

The 2020-2021 first year student had a truly unprecedented first year experience. For many, they were at home in their high school bedrooms and for others they were restricted to living in a single with limited interactions on campus. The transition into the second year has always been a critical melt time --- no time more than the present. As institutions "re-open," how will institutions need to re-introduce students to their campus or their campuses to students. Join this webinar to hear from rising second year students who are making decisions on returning for a second year - what they are thinking about, what they want to know, and what they are hearing that just doesn't matter.

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July 14, 2021 | 3:00 PM

Webinar: Increasing Transfer Student Persistence

Transfer students are an important and high-risk population. The latest data shows that transfer students have lower levels of persistence and completion compared to their peers. This webinar is a companion to the new transfer ebook and includes students and transfer professionals discussing the unique diversity of transfer student types, different types of guidance and support necessary, as well as, tips for communicating with transfer students --- whether you are the outgoing or the incoming institution.

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