As competition for applicants, legislative focus on graduation rates, and questions about the lifetime value of a degree intensify, many institutions are blurring boundaries between academic advising and co-curricular and career advising to promote student success and differentiate brand. This report examines how leaders break the trade-off between high-touch service and budget realities, identifying breakthrough practices, as well as the models and technologies required to deliver them in a cost-effective manner.
University Leadership Council, "Next-Generation Advising: Elevating Practice for Degree Completion and Career Success" (2012). Institutional Priorities 2014-2015. 8.