This rubric aims to help community colleges and broad-access four-year colleges assess their work on technology-mediated advising and student support, sometimes referred to as Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS).
This work involves moving from a model of advising focused on information provision or course registration to one in which advising is sustained, strategic, integrated, proactive, and personalized (SSIPP) —in which students have a dedicated advisor who can connect them to a coherent, institution-wide network of services.
This self-assessment tool was prepared by CCRC and Tyton Partners. Funding was provided by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Suggested citation: Community College Research Center & Tyton Partners. (2017). Technology-mediated advising and student support: An institutional self-assessment. New York, NY: Columbia University, Teachers College, Community College Research Center.