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As colleges and universities across the country face declines in undergraduate student enrollments, institutions are shifting more resources towards student success: How do we keep our current students on the path towards degrees?
But student needs and expectations are constantly shifting. Many more students today face mental-health conditions like depression and anxiety, prompting an increase in mental-health resources from colleges. And, several colleges are turning to new tools and strategies to improve connections with students — with the hope of boosting student engagement.
On Thursday, October 5th at 11am PT, join The Chronicle of Higher Education for “Supporting Student Success: Tools and Strategies”, the first part of a Virtual Forum series exploring the strategies and systems that colleges are using to support student needs, including AI-powered chatbots and data analytics, and how you can implement them to support students in the 2023-2024 academic year.