Just 56 percent of bachelor’s degree students graduate in six years and only 29 percent of associate’s degree students graduate in three-years. Among low-income students, completion rates are even lower: 45 percent for full-time and 17 percent for part-time bachelor’s degree seekers and 12 percent for full-time and 4 percent for part-time associate’s degree students.

So what does it take for students to pass their courses, return to continue their studies each term, and graduate college with a degree, prepared for a career or further study, citizenship, and a lifetime of learning?

This page is full of resources for institutional leaders, faculty, advisors, CIOs, and others who are interested in learning how their colleagues and peers are addressing these challenges and tackling student success. Check back often for new and valuable resources, and join the conversation on social media using the #StudentSuccess, #AdvisingReform and #DigitalLearning hashtags.

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