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Introduction to Naviance for Higher Education


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Presentation by Christopher Obenchain, Kirk Koenig, and Su Hallenbeck about Naviance in high education.

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Introduction to Naviance for Higher Education

  1. 1. Introduction to Naviance for Higher Education Christopher Obenchain, Punahou Kirk Koenig, University of Oregon Su Hallenbeck, Hobsons
  2. 2. Agenda • Introductions • What is Naviance? • The Family Connection Student Lifecycle • Counselor Workflow and Tools • Naviance for Higher Ed Institutions • Q&A
  3. 3. 3 What is Naviance? Building Blocks for Success 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
  4. 4. 4 Quick Facts Naviance is the world’s most widely adopted college and career readiness platform 8,300+ Schools With Naviance 7M Students Using Naviance 21M Documents Sent to Colleges (2013-2014) 35% U.S. High School Seniors Percentage with a Naviance account (2013) 295K+ Educators Using Naviance
  5. 5. 5 Naviance eDocs  4.7 million college applications tracked (average of 3.3 apps/student); 21.7 million school forms were sent  12.3% were EA/ED  3 most popular colleges  Boston University  Northeastern University  NYU  3 most popular EA colleges  University of Michigan  Northeastern University  UMass - Amherst  3 most popular ED colleges  NYU  Vanderbilt University
  6. 6. Naviance Student Lifecycle
  7. 7. 7 Sample Naviance Workflow School assigns Build Resume task to all 10th grade students in Naviance Students begin using the Resume Builder in Family Connection School checks the student folder in Naviance to review completed resumes School tracks completion of the task with the Task Completion Report in Naviance School follows up with students using e-mail or journals in Naviance
  8. 8. 8 Naviance Family Connection  Family Connection is…  Highly configurable  Unique to each school site  Personalized  These factors enable schools and districts to align usage with their goals and/or curriculum  Each student has an account that is accessed with a user name and password.  Parents and guardians can also be given access to an account related to their child or children. Parent access is more “view not do.”
  9. 9. Family Connection Live Demo
  10. 10. Naviance Family Connection 10  My Planner  Tasks and Goals  Colleges  Research and Application Tracking  Careers  Research, Assessments, and Roadtrip Nation  Courses  Plans of study  About Me  Resume Builder  Assessments  Portfolio
  11. 11. Counselor Workflow and Tools
  12. 12. 12 School Usage • Naviance access can be given to counselors, teachers, administrators, and support staff – User roles can be customized per school site • Usage depends on the implementation plan or goals of a school or district • Collaborative tools such as surveys and e-mail allow for communication and sharing between schools and families
  13. 13. 13 School Usage College research tools are available for school staff  College search options  College visits  Recommending colleges to students Application tracking provides data in multiple formats Naviance eDocs allows a school to send supporting documents to participating colleges (including all Common App member colleges) Schools have access to customizable reports on student activity and outcomes
  14. 14. Naviance Demo
  15. 15. 15 Demo: Naviance The student folder view College Research and Application Tools  Naviance eDocs Career Exploration Course Planning Reporting
  16. 16. Naviance for Higher Education Institutions
  17. 17. 18 Demo: Connecting with Colleges College Profile Data College Visit Schedule College Search and Match Tools SuperMatch College Confidential CollegeView College Match
  18. 18. College Tools Demo
  19. 19. Questions Kim Oppelt Community Relations Manager