Learning how to help students increase their college knowledge is a skill for college access and higher ed pros alike. Read our blog to learn how to do this and some sample discussion topics for consideration.
Many first-gen students struggle to adjust to college. One first-generation college student shares what she wishes she'd known as she began her journey and how institutions can help first-generation college students.
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In one study, students who received texts from peer mentors were 4.5 percentage points more likely to enroll in a four-year institution. Learn how to implement peer mentoring into your texting campaign to help bridge the gap to postsecondary education.
Download our free ebook to learn how GEAR UP programs can utilize texting throughout the GEAR UP grant cycle, including best practices to use when texting students across different grade levels.
Learn more about summer melt and what can be done to combat this phenomenon and the benefits you can get from texting these students.
Summer melt can plague even the most college-intending students. Read our blog to learn five reasons why texting can reduce summer melt.
Vroom, a program part of the Bezos Family Foundation that focuses on creative tools that inspire families has recently partnered with Signal Vine. Learn how Vroom is using texting to increase parent engagement and involvement in their young children's brain development.
By saving staff time and helping them focus on at-risk students, Signal Vine works to increase GEAR UP staff capacity and help them get students to college.
Learn what causes summer melt and how Signal Vine has been working with organizations to use texting to nudge students to college.
Low-income students face unique struggles when applying to and enrolling in college. Learn more about these factors and what you can do to help.
Learn about summer melt - the phenomenon resulting in college-intending high school graduates melting away from the college-going process over the summer.
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