Given shifting demographics, constrained resources, and increasing pressure to improve student success outcomes, most institutions are searching for innovative ways to increase student support without hiring more advising staff.
By identifying and moving low-risk students to a self-service, technology-based support model, advisors can reallocate their time to meet the more complex and pressing needs of their highest-risk populations. The Population Health Management (PHM) framework is one way to achieve this type of risk stratification, allowing you to scale care and improve outcomes without increasing advising scope or capacity.
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"Leveraging Technology to Scale Student Self-Service"
How to increase student support without hiring additional staff