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October 11, 2017 // Campus Technology
New research from Civitas Learning is questioning whether that one-size-fits-all slogan is over-simplifying the goal. Civitas produces an application for helping institutions use their own data to fine-tune and improve student outcomes.
October 11, 2017 // Education Dive
As nontraditional students and adult learners continue to comprise a larger percentage of the total higher education student population, the number of students who prefer or require a part-time postsecondary schedule is likely to grow.
October 11, 2017 // Inside Higher Ed
Small increases in course loads can increase the odds that students will stick with college and eventually graduate, particularly part-time students. That’s the central finding of a new report from Civitas Learning, a student success company with a focus on predictive analytics.
October 11, 2017 // Press Release
Civitas Learning today released an analysis of data from 60 institutions designed to inform college and university efforts to improve outcomes and increase persistence, particularly for fast growing populations of part-time and nontraditional students.
October 10, 2017 // The Bridge, PCC's Student Newspaper
Last year the District Student Council voted to increase the Student Activity Fee. One of the things they decided to do with the increased funds was to to create the Emergency Grant Fund; this program will help students experiencing a financial crisis.
October 5, 2017 // Austin Inno
For the uninitiated, 50 on Fire is a contest that starts with hundreds of nominations from the community. Austin Inno — along with editors at other American Inno markets — then select the 50 most exciting companies, which is gauged by recent venture capital funding, employee headcount growth and innovative products. A panel of judges evaluates the 50 on Fire list and rank the top three companies in each category. After tallying votes, we have our category-winning Inno Blazers.
October 4, 2017 // EdTech Digest
A first-generation college student, Mark David Milliron came from a family of nine kids, with an African American brother, Native American brother, Korean sister—in total, 25 foster children, and was the first one to go on a higher education journey. It could have gone differently, but it hasn’t. Decades later, he’s doing what he knows how to do.
October 4, 2017 // UA News
A campus-wide collaboration to increase student success, driven by in-depth data analysis, led to a significant rise in retention rates at the UA, where the 2017-2018 one-year retention rate exceeded the goal set by the Arizona Board of Regents.
October 3, 2017 // Austin Business Journal
“While Civitas Learning’s mission — to graduate 1 million more students a year by 2025 — is at the heart of everything we do, we are also proud to be breaking ground on a next-generation data platform to revolutionize how education institutions use data to help students,” said Alex Victoria, CTO.