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U.S. post-secondary institutions spend over $1 billion annually on academic planning and advising and, despite this, on-time student graduation rates and freshman retention rates have not improved over the last 10 years. It is safe to say that the current approaches of most institutions are not working and yet identifying and implementing improved practices is a complex undertaking.
Over the last few years, a number of institutions have taken steps towards transforming their planning and advising processes. Instead of providing “reactive services” to students, these institutions are working to identify “at-risk” students, and are engaging them before they fall off track. This shift from a reactive model to a proactive model is being supported by technology that enables institutions and its advisors to track and monitor student data, schedule appointments with students, connect with students through various modes of communication, and improve communication across departments.
Tyton Partners has interviewed over 40 vendors and institutions (IPAS Round I Grantee institutions as well as others) active in the market for planning and advising to uncover key factors that contribute to successful implementation of an integrated planning and advising program. Key findings of our research include:
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In the summer of 2015 we will publish two papers to provide institutions and vendors a perspective on the state of the market for planning and advising. We will provide a picture of the current state of the planning and advising vendor landscape that calls attention to the fragmented landscape of providers operating in the market with a detailed and practical taxonomy for evaluating vendor maturity. We will highlight specific institutional challenges around integrated planning and advising and seek to provide institutions with an implementation roadmap for their retention strategy.
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