Scoring Academic Advising to Improve Student Success

Traditional measures evaluating the success of online academic advising can take a significant amount of time to gather. Using a scorecard approach, with regular monitoring of student contacts and interactions for quality and quantity, can provide timelier evidence of good online academic advising and identify possible opportunities for retraining and coaching.


Building a Better Online School

Discover how one university is increasing enrollments and improving retention. Todd Zipper and Dr. Eric E. LaMott share six strategies for online program success in this case study.


Graduation Begins Today–Online

Too often, students start their online higher education program with high hopes, but then find that external factors–job, school, or family–hinder their progress. Adapting strategies from the traditional model of higher education can increase student retention and student success, ultimately boosting graduation rates.