Helix Earns Coveted Spot in APSCU Pearson Classroom of the Future

The APSCU Annual Convention kicks-off tomorrow, and our team is excited to be exhibiting and speaking at the Convention in the Mile High City from June 2-4. This year’s event focuses on “Outcomes 2025,” which got us thinking, what will higher education look like in 10 years? What outcomes matter the most now, and what will be on our radar in the years to come?

With the emergence of data across the education life cycle, it’s never been more important for colleges and universities to take the time to not only collect information, but also to apply it. We believe it is the effective use of data that will shape better outcomes now, and in the years to come.

If increasing retention rates and successful outcomes is top of mind at your institution, please stop by to catch our presentation, Aggregate, Analyze, Act: Keeping Students Moving toward Graduation, in the Classroom of the Future on Wednesday, June 3 at 6:20 p.m.

Our session will explore Helix Retain and its ability to pull and use data from institutional sources, including inquiry information, SIS and LMS platforms. Following an “aggregate, analyze, act” approach, we’ll demonstrate how data is then used to develop customized business rules and processes around roles, responsibilities, intervention strategies, and persistence indicators, and how all of this works together to improve student outcomes.

We also invite you to join us on the APSCU Campus at Booth #719 where we will be talking about the impact marketing has on student retention with the opportunity for you to explore a one-on-one demo of our Helix Retain CRM.

We’d love the opportunity to explore data, technologies, and of course, outcomes – now and in the years to come. We look forward to seeing you in Denver!

Kari Kovar

Leading the Partnerships Division at Helix Education, Kari brings more than 15 years of experience in higher education. In her role, she evaluates new partnerships, ensuring that the company and its clients are aligned for success. Kari has a Bachelor's degree in Public Relations from the University of North Dakota.