This ebook provides an overview of how best to support underrepresented student populations through clear, concise, and relevant communications.
Prior to COVID-19, less than 40% of community college students graduated with a credential within 6 years. Read the ebook to learn the structure, philosophy, and process of Guided Pathways, why it works in the COVID-19 era, a step-by-step plan for supporting students with Guided Pathways, and how texting can be implemented.
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Since the number of students stopping out of college has increased during the COVID pandemic, here are our recommendations on how higher ed should be encouraging them to return in the near future.
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Listen to Montgomery County Community College, a public college located in the suburban Philadelphia area, discuss how they reach students via text, expanding their efforts to reach more students from multiple departments.
Watch the webinar recording to learn how ideas42, a non-profit that uses insights from the behavioral sciences to address complex social problems, applied texting to support student success, common behavioral barriers to student success, and about evidence-based solutions.
Listen to the webinar recording to hear how The University of Nebraska Omaha has built a robust, systematic approach to getting students to the right support systems and has created a culture of care through texting.
Listen to the recording to hear a conversation about how to support your students of color through postsecondary pathways with thoughtful communication.
This is how you can foster an open line of communication to your students: by texting them.
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