Throwback Thursdays – Proactive Vs. Reactive
Colleges and universities are taking the job of retaining students seriously. It can cost a school over $13,000 to lose a student who was previously enrolled. Identifying at-risk students early on and seeking ways to help them succeed is top priority among Student Success Directors and First Year Experience Coordinators. School officials recognize the importance […]
Student Services Matter
With school starting back, college campuses across the country are pulling out the spirit wear, adorning welcoming smiles, and snickering at overbearing parents as they move their children into the dorm. Welcoming new students and helping them establish connections with campus life is on the top of the list for school officials. The number one […]
Back to School – Who’s Going Back?
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Throwback Thursdays – Customer Service is Still IN!
This time last year, I did a blog post about customer service. In a way, we were kind of tooting our own horn. It’s ok to do that every once in a while. Especially when you have client testimonial to back up your claims. I am happy to report that we are still making strides to keep […]
Online Learning Called “Radical” in California
The recent budgeting crisis nationwide, has caused California to rethink how to get students in courses that are already overcrowded and full. It looks like the nation’s largest public university system is finally getting on board with online classes. California State University is launching 30 approved courses this fall across all of their 23 campuses. Mike Uhlenkamp, […]