4 ways to engage students early

and keep them motivated, excited, and focused.

The phrase student success has many meanings within higher education but one thing remains consistent—student success is contingent on students’ active participation in their academic and social communities. No matter how your institution defines it, early engagement in educationally purposeful activities is the cornerstone of an effective practice.

Shifting from an early alert to an early engagement mindset can help you more effectively monitor and promote students’ participation in high-impact practices. Our new white paper features executable ideas, common practices, and early engagement strategies that are working now.

Download our new white paper to learn how to:

  1. Use theory to inform institutional strategies

  2. Leverage the power of peers

  3. Identify at-risk behaviors (before students skip class)

  4. Communicate to connect