Getting low-income students into and through college isn’t enough to position them well for success
Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS)
We support the development of technologies that improve student retention through Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS), which helps students navigate the path to a certificate or degree. iPASS combines advising, degree planning, alerts, and interventions. The tool draws on predictive analytics to help counselors and academic advisors determine in advance whether a student is at risk of dropping or failing out, and it can help assist students on what courses they should select.
On-time student graduation and student retention are major challenges facing the US higher education system. Learn more.
Read more about the work to develop integrated planning and advising services:
- Driving Toward a Degree: The Evolution of Planning and Advising in Higher Education, offers tools to help institutions make informed decisions toward transforming their planning and advising to improve overall student success and retention.
- The Community College Research Center (CCRC) has developed a framework to help colleges identify their readiness for adoption of new technologies.
- The CCRC developed a self-assessment tool to help colleges invest wisely in new technologies.