Join us for a discussion on how we can work together across higher education to create more equitable outcomes for students. You will hear from industry leaders about issues that are arising due to the current pandemic and strategies to help overcome these challenges.
More than 36 million Americans have attended college but have not finished their intended degree, creating a completion crisis with massive implications for social and economic mobility. Since workers without degrees are often the most likely to lose their jobs during economic downturns — and the last to be hired in an upswing — college completion is likely to have an outsized employment impact during the economic uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The past months have been challenging. Over a very short period, the world changed completely and plans that were made months or even years ago might not be an option anymore. In this webinar, Mark Salisbury from TuitionFit and Maurice Benson from ReUp Education will discuss COVID-19’s impact on enrollment in higher education and suggest ways to increase enrollment.
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) brings together public universities across the state, working collaboratively to bring students back to college. Investing in learners with some college credit without the earning power of a degree can create transformative outcomes for colleges, students, and local economies. Learn how PASSHE is partnering with ReUp Education to support this unique population at scale by leveraging predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, and personalized coaching.
Students experiencing acute symptoms of mental illness while enrolled in college often need to take a medical leave from school to focus on clinical treatment. While medication and therapy can be important to someone’s clinical stability and well-being, there are other practical tools and resources students need to return to school successfully. This session will look at how higher ed institutions can provide more resources to their students on mental health medical leave and how to help them successfully return and graduate.