Empower admissions, enrollment management, and student success with the information they need for timely and evidence-based decision-making. Automate National Student Clearinghouse requests and easily include NSC StudentTracker® data as part of your existing data warehouse and analytics environment: Student Management for Blackboard Intelligence.
Eliminate Barriers to Student Success
Discover patterns, evaluate programs, and develop evidence-based enrollment and retention strategies. With the Student Management module for Blackboard Intelligence you’ll have self-service access to data that can help you make significant improvements to your recruiting strategies. Create proactive retention plans and find out exactly what’s working and what needs to be improved at every stage of the student life cycle.
Student success is as much about teaching and learning as it is about retention and graduation. But institutions often see a divide between conversations about degree attainment and educational quality. With the Learn Activity extension for Student Management, they can bridge the gap and gain important insights to enhance the full student experience at scale.
An institution’s ability to calculate costs per student by College, Program, Department, Course, and Course Section is vital to long-term strategic planning and resource allocation. By leveraging advanced technology, Blackboard delivers a comprehensive solution that integrates cross-functional data about student enrollment, human resources, and finance.
Accelerating Analytics Adoption: 18 Proven Tactics That Encourage Campus Professionals to Adopt Analytics Technology
This playbook outlines 18 ways higher education leaders can encourage key stakeholders across their campuses—real and virtual—to adopt analytics technology.
Coppin State University established a culture in which everyone from grounds keepers to the president’s office were aligned toward a common goal: serving the community by growing their freshman class. Download this case study from Ovum and learn how they grew their freshman enrollment by 50%.