Learn from Your Students
Your student data can light the way to improved course, persistence, and graduation outcomes. But you need access to the right information to know you’re spending time and money on initiatives that will help your students and enable you to reinvest back into your institution.
With our spectrum of institution-specific analytics, you can provide administrators and student success leaders with context to easily understand your student data, to segment and compare investment opportunities, and to develop action plans to help students succeed.
What Works Best?
Learning from student data is about more than best practices. It’s about anticipating barriers for your specific students and designing programs to serve them.
Without sophisticated analytic tools, higher ed leaders are faced with difficult decisions when it comes to improving student success:
They can try to evaluate student interventions using old data
They can run expensive studies and pilots
They can try optimizing initiatives without clear, actionable data
They can keep doing more of the same without knowing the impact of their actions
Most institutions don’t have the time, money, resources, or runway for options 1, 2, or 3. So they choose option 4 by default—and let the status quo continue.
It’s Hard to Manage What You Don’t and Can’t See
We Can Help
40% of student success initiatives don’t move the needle on outcomes. Read more about this analysis and what it means for the students you serve.
What You Need to Manage Your Student Success:
Benchmark your work & find opportunities to improve
Get visibility into critical information for your strategic and day-to-day management decisions
Easily understand course insights, enrollment and completion trends, and outcome predictions for student groups
Use rigorous, prediction-based propensity-score matching analysis to finally understand the real impact of your student initiatives at scale.
Know what’s helping your students
- Use the intuitive, easy-to-read dashboard to access the impact analyses of any student success initiative at your institution
- You’ll also see how services and support, projects and programs, and other resources affect your students’ persistence
Understand the impact on subgroups
- Refine your analysis of your initiatives to identify which specific subgroups are benefiting the most from each program and by how much
- Learn which student groups could benefit more from each program and where actionable gaps occur in your initiatives
Prioritize opportunities to support students
- Increase students’ success by intervening early on with those who are less likely to persist or graduate
- Compare across student groups to Identify investment areas that can make the most difference in improving outcomes
Identify which levers can help the most
- Understand which factors are influencing success for specific student groups at your institution
- Experiment with your institution-specific thresholds for these factors to see their impact on outcomes
Integrate course insights for holistic strategies
- See how performance in certain courses affects students’ likelihood to persist or graduate
- Identify additional opportunities to better align tutoring, supplemental instruction, advising, and mentoring resources with high-signal and high-enrollment courses
Benchmark enrollment, persistence, and completion
- Use your ability to identify distinct student segments to track specific outcomes over time
- See the impact of your strategies leading up to enrollment periods and throughout the term
The Outcomes You Want
University of Missouri-Kansas City
“It’s hard for institutions to stop engaging in practices that have long been part of their history and culture. The only way to do this is to have clarity around what’s really working, and what’s not. Civitas Learning is now a foundational part of how we have these conversations about our students.”
Director, Integration Services
Monroe Community College
“We were surprised by the differences across student segments. It was a level of analysis our team was unable to drill into prior to Impact.”