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The sooner an academically at-risk student is identified, the better his or her chances for success. Using data effectively to identify which students on your campus are most at-risk and then structuring the right intervention process can be instrumental in improving students' success and increase overall retention.

Join us in Minneapolis to discuss ways your school can identify at-risk students and learn strategies for structuring interventions.

Participants will learn how to:

* Identify at-risk students based on retention literature, campus profiles, and data
* Identify common causes or recurrent reasons why students are at-risk
* Review different approaches to specific early warning/alert systems, including processes, technology, and implementation considerations
* Connect your at-risk student data analysis to at-risk student initiatives
* Prioritize next steps for an early warning process on your campus

This program is designed for administrators across student affairs, including academic advising, counseling services, learning/tutoring/student success centers, and decision makers who have experience with at-risk student populations.


1300 Nicollet Mall
United States