Train with Us in 2012 & Your Entire Institution Benefits
We have added workshops in 2012 and have a new incentive that rewards your institution for staying on top of the latest and greatest from CollegeSource:
March 6-9: u.achieve Basic Encoding workshop
July 17-20: u.achieve Intermediate Encoding workshop
October 16-19: Transfer Articulation workshop
December 4-7: u.achieve Intermediate Encoding workshop
Our new discount program works for institutions who want to bone up on their knowledge in 2012*! For each workshop attended, your institution receives a discount on each subsequent workshop purchased during the year:
–1st Workshop: $980
—2nd Workshop: $880 (10% off)
—3 or more Workshops: $680 each (30% off)
PLUS: Register for 2 or more workshops at the same time and receive one free ticket to the Pre-Conference Training workshop of your choice at the 2012 CollegeSource Users Conference in San Diego, June 11-14!
*Discount applied for multiple workshops purchased by an individual institution within a single calendar year. This discount program replaces the “Bring a Friend” discount of 2011 and is effective 1/1/2012.
Mary Herrington-Perry, PhD, Assistant Vice President for Acadmeic Affairs at Eastern Illinois University will be presenting her session from the 2011 CollegeSource Users Conference as a free webinar.
Only two-thirds of all first-year students in the U.S. return to college their second year. A 67% retention rate is not good enough–not for our students, for us, or for the federal government, who continues to pressure us to improve both retention and degree completion rates.
But at a time when we’re also seeing more competition for students, less financial support from the state, and more and more students who are underprepared for college, few of us can afford to direct new resources to maintain, let alone improve, our retention rates. Thus, this presentation will explore ways to use an existing resource, the degree audit, to identify, motivate, and ultimately improve the retention of at-risk students.
The webinar will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at 2:00 PM EST