In 2020, the University of Southern Mississippi’s (USM) academic reorganization and strategic planning process propelled them toward an investment in data integration and analysis. By combining data across admissions, enrollment, student outcomes and finance, they were able to increase access and understanding for various stakeholders across the university. One of the many goals of this initiative was to use the data to inform their enrollment management, financial aid and retention strategies.
Join us for a webcast and hear from Dr. Amy Chasteen, Executive Vice Provost for Academic Affairs at the University of Southern Mississippi, on how they are leveraging institutional aid to better support students and increase retention rates. Dr. Chasteen will share USM’s overall enrollment management goals and strategies, as well as how their financial aid data is able to inform and support student success and retention. Finally, Dr. Chasteen will discuss what they learned and what’s next on their broader analytics journey.
If you are trying to address any of the following questions as part of your role, this session is for you:
• How can we encourage a data-informed lens for enrollment decision-making at the institution?
• How can we examine our enrollment management strategies to better support not only recruitment but retention?
• What is the relationship between unmet need and student success, and how can you leverage data to uncover the relationship between the two?
• What’s ahead for strategic enrollment management in a post-COVID higher education landscape?
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