The New Metrics: Tracking Today’s Post-Traditional Students

Authored by our Chief Academic Officer, this white paper explores the way higher education has traditionally measured student retention and graduation rates, and the implication it is having on practice and policy. The paper provides context for the consideration of retention and graduation rates as an indicator of institutional effectiveness and student success, and includes  insight and ideas that are aimed at shaping a new approach to measuring these two factors, taking into account the kind of students that schools are enrolling and the kind of educational experiences that they are delivering.

To learn more, download the complete white paper: The New Metrics: Tracking Todays Post-Traditional Students