A NASH degree completion initiativeNavigation
Taking Student Success to Scale (TS3) is a degree completion initiative led by a collaborative of higher education systems and campuses. Encompassing over 75 percent of the U.S. undergraduate student body in four-year institutions of great diversity, our member systems and campuses have the scale, influence, and desire to impact college completion in unprecedented ways. Based on the collective wisdom of our member system heads and chief academic officers, as well as research, three interventions have been identified as a starting point for this holistic and collective approach. These interventions are: Guided Pathways Using Predictive Analytics, Redesigning the Math Pathway, and High Impact Practices for All Students.
More students arrive at college underprepared than ever before, particularly at the community college level. The need for developmental math education presents a major obstacle to completion for many incoming students at both the two- and four-year levels. The pathway for...Read More
A prominent barrier to student success, particularly among underrepresented, low-income, and first-generation students, is a lack of information. Predictive analytics and data-mining techniques have proven to be powerful methods of empowering and informing students. The focus...Read More
Despite their proven impact on retention, persistence, and completion, high impact practices are generally only accessible to a small subgroup of high-achieving students. Moreover, they are defined unevenly across campuses, making it difficult to assess their quality. Over the...Read More