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The last two decades have seen a dramatic decline in college completion rates for students aged 25-34. Fortunately, programs to bring a school's stop-out students back to campus are inexpensive and fairly easy to establish, and they can have a significant impact on both enrollment and graduation rates. In addition, there is often grant money available to help fund these programs and/or to create financial incentives for returning students.

This webcast will show you the best techniques for overcoming barriers and challenges in re-engaging students who have stopped out. You'll gain ideas for a successful stop-out recovery program. You'll also hear about a variety of techniques that actually work in connecting with stop-outs, re-engaging them, and seeing them through to degree completion.


This webcast is designed for administrators who are thinking about or have just started a program to bring students from their campus who have stopped-out for a semester or more back to campus. These administrators may reside in admissions or enrollment, student services, specific academic departments, or continuing/adult education entities in the school.