This study profiles innovators’ efforts to elevate student success initiatives from the current patchwork of support services to an actively managed enterprise process that is designed to systematically identify and rapidly intervene with students exhibiting behaviors predictive of attrition or graduation delays. Based on nearly two years of work and hundreds of interviews with colleges and universities across the country, the report presents 16 best practices in the areas most critical to improving student persistence and graduation.
University Leadership Council, "Hardwiring Student Success: Building Disciplines for Retention and Timely Graduation" (2013). Institutional Priorities 2014-2015. 10.