What key metrics can you use to balance efficiency and student course access on your campus?
The Higher Education Scheduling Index (HESI™) is a benchmarking database comprised of key operational metrics regarding course enrollment, faculty, and resource allocation at more than 185 academic institutions in North America. Gathered and anonymized via Ad Astra’s Strategic Scheduling CheckUp™, the data reflected in the HESI provides academic leaders with key insights and context regarding operational efficiencies and opportunities for improvement. The HESI metrics are updated quarterly as new institutions are measured and added to the database.
Each Summer, Ad Astra publishes The Annual Report of the Higher Education Scheduling Index. The 2016 HESI Report represents data from 157 colleges and universities, and highlights many of the best practices that can lead to improvements in balancing resource utilization, student success, and operational efficiency. The report also includes case studies highlighting current campus success stories that can expand our ideas about what is possible on campuses today.