Having a college credential is important to securing a living-wage job and pursuing a meaningful career. While most students begin their college studies with this in mind, fewer than 40 percent of community college students actually earn a degree or certificate within six years.
Colleges (both two- and four-year) can substantially increase their rates of student success by applying fresh eyes and solid research findings to their institutions, including programs of study, support services and instruction.
The Essential Discussion: Conversations at MCC, entitled “Student Success at Scale: Guided Pathways,” looks at the research that identifies barriers to completion and drives innovative strategies to improve academic outcomes for students.
Our daylong symposium, featuring national speakers and local panelists, explores how colleges are rethinking their organizational structures and implementing clearer academic pathways to support student success. Please join us on Tuesday, February 23, 2016.
Anne M. Kress, President
Monroe Community College
Videos from this Essential Discussion: