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Institutions Struggle to Build Engaging, Lifelong Relationships with Students
Bridge the gap between student engagement and career readiness.
Student success starts by engaging and connecting with students on their terms.
Among public institutions, only 64% of freshmen return for their sophomore year.
Only 59% of undergraduate students at 4-year institutions graduate in 6 years.
Universities yearn to build lifelong relationships beginning with prospective students through alumni.
Student engagement is key to student success at Alliant, and the ClearScholar mobile app allows us to easily customize messaging to students via personas, informing the students of university services and events. We are rolling this out to our students with the expectation that this will help them feel more connected to the University.
Amber Eckert Vice President of Student Services, Alliant International University
ClearScholar’s functionality and approach is uniquely suited to our desire to customize student engagement. The ability to easily create various personas within the ClearScholar platform is allowing our team to execute first of its kind research around the efficacy of both engaging with students on a mobile application as well as social-psychological intervention.
Joshua Powers, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for Student Success, Indiana State University
Student engagement as measured through participation in student life and development activities has potential to provide a useful window into how co- and extracurricular engagement correlates with stronger student outcomes.
Dr. Rachel Boon Chief Academic Officer, Iowa Board of Regents
Innovation has become an important differentiator among universities, as we work to create learning experiences that enhance student engagement and success. Our active role in the development of ClearScholar is another example of Butler’s commitment to leadership in innovation and the student experience.
James M. Danko President, Butler University
We recognize that technology plays a big role in the lives of our students, especially the ‘traditional’ students, the millennials, but also in the lives of our more non-traditional students. Therefore, it is important that we remain abreast of the changes in technology and how it is being used by our students so that we can continue to engage them by meeting them where they are.
Dr. Pam Humphrey Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs, College of Saint Mary
One of the most important products of student engagement is students feel they are part of the institution and they belong in college.
Dr. Jeffrey Bauer Provost and Vice President, Shawnee State University