In an era of accountability and a growing emphasis on college completion, successful campuses are using data to drive their retention planning and strategy development. Student satisfaction data plays a key role in retention planning efforts at colleges and universities across the country. What are the best approaches for using these types of data to improve student retention? This presentation will feature four suggestions for using student satisfaction data with an emphasis on improving retention. We will also identify several top issues facing schools and provide suggestions for improving satisfaction in these areas. As a result of participating in this session, individuals will be able to identify clear next steps on how to use their own institution’s satisfaction data to improve student success.
Speaker: Julie Bryant, Associate Vice President for Retention Solutions, Noel-Levitz
Julie L. Bryant, Associate Vice President of Retention Solutions at Noel-Levitz, works directly with colleges and universities throughout North America in the area of satisfaction assessment. She is responsible for client service to more than 2,000 institutions using the Noel-Levitz family of satisfaction-priorities assessment instruments.
Who Should Attend: Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, Student Services, and Institutional Research Officers