7 Steps to Improving Your Retention Committee
Organization: Academic Impressions
|Event Date/Time: Dec 07, 2012 / 1:00 pm - (EST)||End Date/Time: Dec 07, 2012 / 2:30 pm - (EST)|
Campus communities focused on student success have some type of retention committee, council, task force, or team to monitor and recommend programmatic improvements that are targeted to increase student persistence and success. Unfortunately, these teams often struggle with the enormity of the task they are charged with managing and often fail to accomplish their very broad and long-range goals.
Join us online to learn practical ways to create and implement a retention workgroup on your campus. From determining your group’s purpose and selecting the right members to managing communication and measuring outcomes, our expert instructor will share tips and advice for handling seven of the most common struggles that often accompany working on these teams.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The focus of this event is on the retention committee itself, not the work of the committee. Whether you are just forming a retention committee or have had one in place for years, this webcast will provide a wealth of ideas to invigorate your efforts. Any higher education professional charged with improving retention, including enrollment managers, student and academic affairs leaders, and assessment coordinators or committee members - from four-year and two-year institutions alike - will benefit from this information.