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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.
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Many college staff members question how to reach community college students. This blog dives into the topic, offering tips on using texting to reach them.
One-stop student service centers are growing in popularity across campuses. Learn how to use texting to enhance the one-stop student service center at your college.
We've talked a lot about texting best practices but not about what to avoid in your text messages to students. Read on to learn what NOT to text students.
A question that is often asked by higher ed staff is, "Is texting students effective?" In this blog, we discuss the research that shows why text nudges are effective.
In the United States, one in three students will not complete their postsecondary education. Learn six of the main reasons why students drop out in the last blog of our retention series.
Scaling text campaigns works - if the right texting tool is used. Learn how Signal Vine helps higher ed staff send personalized messages at scale.
Each year, nearly $3 billion in federal grant awards go unclaimed. Learn how texting can be used to solve the question of how to increase FAFSA filings.
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.
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