Behavioral Analytics gathers student engagement data to inform recruitment, enrollment, and retention. It can allow institutions to learn the strengths, skills, and preferences of students, helping them to have more meaningful interactions with their students.
Join this webinar to learn how Utica College partnered with Wiley Education Services to utilize behavioral analytics throughout the student journey, including:
- Recruitment Support: Behavioral analytics categorizes each prospective student’s communication style within seconds of the call. This contributes to the retention rate by supporting the recruitment representatives in steering the “right” students to the right program.
- Enrollment Management: Prospective students are supported through the application and enrollment process, allowing them a premier experience. Building a strong rapport with students from the beginning cultivates trust between the student and the institution.
- Student Retention Services: Once accepted into a program, students are assigned to a Student Service Coordinator (SSC). The relationship between the SSC and student allows for proactive monitoring and outreach to identify and address any potential problems or issues early.
These efforts to grow the number of Utica’s students retained year over year ultimately led to an increase in graduation rates.
To learn more about how behavioral analytics can support student retention, join us on Thursday, April 26, at 11:00 AM MDT for a free WCET Webcast. Follow the Twitter feed at #WCETwebcast.
Register today for the WCET webcast, “Using Behavioral Analytics to Support Student Retention.”
The webcast will run for 60 minutes and take place via GoToWebinar. The webcast will be recorded and available on the webpage shortly after the live session.
Thursday, April 26: 8:00 AM HAST/ 9:00 AM AKDT/ 10:00 AM PDT and MST/ 11:00 AM MDT/ 12:00 PM CDT/ 1:00 PM EDT
Sr. Director - Professional Services,
Wiley Education Services
Associate Provost for Online Learning and Vice President for Online and Extended Studies,
Assistant Vice President for Digital Learning Innovation,
Division of Research and Strategic Innovation,
University of West Florida (effective April 30)