Over a third of students who enroll in college do not complete a credential within 6 years.  Some stop out all together for a variety of reasons, intending to come back, though most never do. Colleges and universities employ a variety of methods to bring former students back to complete their credential, but which of these methods shows the greatest results?

On this webinar, Kathy McDonald, FCAN’s Assistant Director for Network Partnerships welcomes Paul Perrault, Vice President of Research and Evaluation with Helios Education Foundation, and Justin Ortagus, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Higher Education Administration & Policy, University of Florida. Helios partnered with the University of Florida’s Institute of Higher Education to better understand the effectiveness of low-cost reenrollment interventions.

In this webinar you will learn about:

  • The top reasons students stopped out of college
  • The strategies that were most effective in increasing reenrollment
  • Institutional and state policy recommendations to improve reenrollment and completion

Event Details

Webinar: Winning Back Stop-Outs: Evidence-Based Approaches to Increasing Reenrollment
Date and Time: Wednesday, February 26, 2020, 2-3 p.m. EST
Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/707907771634682637?source=FCAN+website


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