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The program allows students to tell you what’s on their minds at a very early date. This helps get the right person on campus the right information to make the right interventions to keep students on campus. I’ve been in higher education for 26 years and haven’t seen anything like the MAP-Works program before.

University of Wyoming

Rebecca Vinzant, Assistant to the Vice President of Student Affairs

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  • More UI freshmen returning and then graduating on time

    University of Iowa officials say programs to help incoming freshmen settle in to college life and meet new academic challenges are paying off. “When you compare the national average to our institutions, you can see quite a bit of difference,” Gonzalez said. Six-year graduation rates at the ... Read More »

  • MAP-Works results focus on retention rates

    WKU students might have noticed MAP-Works fliers and signs peppering campus, and have probably received more than one email encouraging them to complete the survey. Nearly 25 percent of enrolled WKU students participated in these surveys last semester, the highest percentage ever recorded since ... Read More »

  • Survey shown to help incoming freshmen with attendance

    “MAP-Works is an early alert system that enables valuable reach — out to freshmen who may be experiencing academic struggles or other challenges as a student at [Indiana State University],” he said. For example, if a faculty member notices that a student has missed class for several days, that ... Read More »

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