National research has shown that students are more likely to graduate if they are continuously enrolled and successfully complete a minimum number of courses each year, in particular completing critical gateway and GE courses in a timely manner, with a consistently healthy GPA. Early identification of indicators that do not support student success will provide opportunities for communication and guidance to avoid students becoming at-risk academically.
The objectives of this project are to determine the leading indicators of student success for CPP undergraduates; establish a way to measure and track these indicators; create a system to communicate this information to students and to share with faculty and staff advisors to support academic advising; and to identify best practices for intervention to facilitate more successful behavior. Enrollment Services obtained a Kellogg Legacy Endowment Grant to partially fund these activities, and the Graduation Initiative is supporting this effort.
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