Are bottlenecks caused by registration conflicts, low credit-hour loads, a lack of thorough planning, or high course failure rates? If you could objectively prioritize and triage these bottlenecks, how much more effective could your interventions be?
More than ever before, higher education is hyper-focused on student success. As an industry, we know that we need to graduate more students, but the way we measure graduation rates make early intervention impossible. We need a leading, actionable indicator of graduation rates that can direct intervention and show progress before completion.