Northeast Lakeview College depends on the Postsecondary Data Partnership to help build and manage its academic service delivery and meet the dynamic needs of its diverse student body.
Community colleges across Achieving the Dream’s national network are turning to the Postsecondary Data Partnership to identify ways to improve student success.
Learner Insights Case Study: Advancing Social Equity Through PDP Data at the University of Louisville
Dedicated to giving their students the support they need to be successful and reach their potential, the University of Louisville uses the Postsecondary Data Partnership to help measure the effectiveness of its various social equity and student success initiatives.
Achieving the Dream is offering free online Postsecondary Data Partnership (PDP) courses for fall 2023.
Learner Insights Case Study: SLCC Uses PDP to Develop High Impact Student Retention and Completion Strategies
South Louisiana Community College (SLCC) uses Postsecondary Data Partnership’s interactive dashboards and analysis-ready files to access the student momentum, equity, and outcomes data it needs to develop high-impact student retention and completion strategies.
The National Student Clearinghouse is turning 30! Help us celebrate three decades as your trusted partner at the 2023 AACRAO Annual Meeting on March 26-29 in Aurora, Colorado.
If you’re heading to Ellucian Live 2023, stop by booth #600 to talk to the National Student Clearinghouse team about our newest enhancements and innovative solutions for you and your learners.
Learn about the Clearinghouse’s work to address the education revolution supporting evolving pathways and institutional data needs beyond traditional measures.
Lori Lindenberg, District Director of Enterprise Analytics and Strategy, and Meredith Warner, District Director, Student Success at Maricopa Community Colleges, explain how they use PDP data to inform their decisions around college enrollment, completion, retention rates and more.
Doug McKenna, George Mason University’s registrar, exhorts registrars to think differently about engaging students early in their careers and boosting the odds that they will complete their programs.