Comprehensive Student Advising: An Integrated College-Wide Approach To Facilitating Student Success

 
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Comprehensive Student Advising: An Integrated College-Wide Approach To Facilitating Student Success

Overview:
This webinar will focus on the holistic case-management approach to student advisement utilizing cross-divisional strategies and resources to ensure student engagement. The session will include models that are being utilized by colleges beginning to rethink their advising models. We will take a close look at one college’s journey in developing a five-pronged approach to student advising that connects every student to the college through a faculty member, advisor, success coach, mentor, or counselor. Participants will leave with clear strategies to establish college-wide responsibility for student advisement including Faculty Advising, Beacon Mentoring, First-Time-In-College Management, and At-Risk Counseling. The session would not be complete without sharing how Student Affairs can utilize existing tools to evaluate the success of their advising model(s).
Objectives:
  • Review a process for establishing institutional commitment to student success initiatives
  • Gather strategies to establish college-wide responsibility for student advisement including:
  • Learn about techniques utilized to assess existing advising processes with tools for implementing a comprehensive faculty and staff advising and professional development program
  • Monitor the impact of advising strategies on student success outcomes (course completion, term-to-term persistence, fall-to-spring persistence, etc.) with evaluation and assessment tools
Who should attend?
  • Presidents
  • Vice-Presidents
  • Deans
  • Directors
  • Academic Advisors
  • Student Success Coaches
  • Institutional Researchers
  • Student Services/Affairs Staff
  • Faculty
  • Retention Specialists
  • Anyone involved with student success initiatives