At the core of persistence initiatives is getting students to do the things they need to do in order to graduate. However, many institutions readily admit that they don’t do a good job of motivating students to act through the communications they send.
Different campus departments fail to coordinate, sending too many inconsistent and duplicative messages. Messages tend to be filled with administrative jargon and missing clear action steps. Students are left with inboxes filled with impersonal mass emails, causing them to tune out.
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