Designing a Program which Delivers Targeted Support to Non Traditional Students and Enhances Retention through to Census

Designing a Program which Delivers Targeted Support to Non Traditional Students and Enhances Retention through to Census

In this presentation from the Student Retention and Success Summit 2019 Ed Campbell, Manager Student Engagement and Student Success at the University of New England explores;

  • Enhancing access and communication around existing transitional programs to broaden their reach and effect
  • Designing pre teaching support mechanisms which work in unison with peer advisor program for maximum uptake and impact on retention
  • How they came to the final design: two stages of the early intervention and a transition project – the first phase, a targeted pilot, and the second phase, including the whole of cohort implementation
  • The strengths of this approach, challenges overcome and lessons learned

Please note: That all fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.