Valdosta State University, today, announced a partnership with Civitas Learning to continue its renowned student-centered and data-informed approach to student success. Valdosta State prioritizes student support, and with Civitas Learning can now focus even more on solving challenges and providing resources to students from enrollment to graduation. Valdosta State University joins seven institutions serving more than 100,000 students in the state of Georgia partnering with Civitas Learning, including the University of North Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kennesaw State University, and Gordon State College.
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Today, pioneering student success company Civitas Learning released a new report reviewing data from 29 colleges and universities revealing surprising new insights into the impact of student success initiatives as colleges seek to improve equity and close achievement gaps in higher education. The report, entitled What Matters Most For Equity, is first in a new volume of the Community Insights research briefs, which draw on Civitas Learning’s data analytics work over eight years to explore emerging issues in higher education policy and practice.
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Paul Dosal is the Vice President for Student Success at the University of South Florida. In that position, he is responsible for coordinating the university-wide student success initiative, a strategic campaign to raise retention and graduation rates, boost student satisfaction, minimize financial indebtedness, and prepare all students for success in their careers or graduate and professional schools.
Civitas Learning, the pioneering student success software company, announced that veteran executive Will Ballard joined the business as chief technology officer to scale technical excellence. Ballard brings more than twenty years of experience managing large engineering and IT teams responsible for software architecture, design, development and quality assurance for enterprise technology customers.
Student success, in its various forms, is a top issue in higher education. Over the last decade, colleges and universities have worked to consolidate mountains of data into insights that can empower academic professionals to influence student success. Yet this cannot be accomplished using only human intelligence (HI). To facilitate an impact on student success, many institutions have employed artificial intelligence (AI) to help process and analyze data. AI, embedded in data systems, can allow institutions to better gather high-value data, monitor and uncover predictive risk indicators, and proactively respond to student behavior to promote student success.
Civitas Learning and UCAS Media, the wholly own commercial subsidiary of the UK’s shared admission service UCAS, announced a strategic partnership to support universities and colleges to truly understand students’ profiles, identify those at risk of leaving and personalise help and advice throughout the student lifecycle to improve the student experience and student outcomes.
UCAS Media, the wholly own commercial subsidiary of the UK’s shared admissions service, UCAS, and Civitas Learning today announced a strategic partnership to support universities and colleges to truly understand students’ profiles, identify those at risk of leaving, and personalise help and advice throughout the student lifecycle.