Promising and Practical Strategies to Increase Postsecondary Success RSS

In January 2012, the Secretary of Education invited submissions about promising and practical strategies, practices, programs, and activities that have improved rates of postsecondary success, transfer, and graduation. In September 2012, the Department of Education (ED) invited a second round of submissions, which added to this growing compendium of knowledge about promising practices. On this page, you can find the submissions from institutions and organizations that responded to both of these invitations. ED hopes that this information will be of interest to others in situations similar to those described in these submissions.

As noted in the Request for Information, ED will continue to review and post additional responses on a regular basis. Please refer back to this page for announcements of future submission deadlines. See the Federal Register notice for information on how to submit.

Organization Name Tags
Coconino Community College Affordability, Cost Saving, Degree Attainment, Dual Degrees, Persistence, Retention, Time to Degree, Transfer and Articulation
Western Connecticut State University Degree Attainment, STEM
Valencia College Improving Achievement, Retention, Underrepresented Students
Paul Smith's College Improving Achievement, Time to Degree, Retention, Early Alert Program, Student Success, Integrative Technologies, Predictive Modeling, Early Identification
Western Kentucky University (WKU) Retention, Data Collection or Use
City University of New York (CUNY) College Transition, Developmental or Remedial Education, Persistence, Retention, Underrepresented Students
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Achievement Gap Closure, Community of Practice, Learning Communities, Multidisciplinarity, Persistence, Retention, Technology-Enabled Learning, Underrepresented Students
University of Alaska Anchorage STEM
DeVry University Cost Saving, Career Pathways, Underrepresented Students
San Francisco State University Underrepresented Students, Retention
City University of New York (CUNY) Degree Attainment, Improving Achievement, Persistence, Retention, Accelerated Learning, Block Scheduling, Developmental or Remedial Education, Data Collection or Use
Trinity Washington University Underrepresented Students, Technology-Enabled Learning, Learning Assessment, Developmental Education, Competency-Based Learning, Achievement Gap Closure, Accelerated Learning
Metropolitan State College of Denver Retention
Albion College Retention, Improving Achievement
Young Harris College Improving Achievement
California State University, Fresno Advising, Degree Attainment, Retention
Western Kentucky University (WKU) Degree Attainment, Retention
California State University, Long Beach Retention, Degree Attainment, Advising
Alverno College Degree Attainment, Freshman Seminar, Retention
Lynn University Curriculum