Re-engage & Re-enroll: How Colleges & Universities Can Bring Back Disengaged Learners

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- Add to Calendar 2022-02-02 13:00:00 2022-02-02 14:00:00 Re-engage & Re-enroll: How Colleges & Universities Can Bring Back Disengaged Learners So many people start college and never finish. Let’s get them back! This interactive webinar will discuss new empirical research on why students disengage from higher ed and how institutions can get them back. UPCEA (University Professional and Continuing Education Association) and StraighterLine conducted research in 2021 profiling the disengaged learner and how their situations and motivations are different from other adult learners. This study surveyed individuals who have college credits but are no longer attending college, and profiled this population to identify why they stopped attending and what motivates them to re-engage. Participants will learn how one forward-thinking institution, Colorado State University-Pueblo, is using innovative, multi-pronged pathways to re-engage disengaged students, and specifically how their program aligns with the research outcomes. Registration. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

So many people start college and never finish. Let’s get them back! This interactive webinar will discuss new empirical research on why students disengage from higher ed and how institutions can get them back. UPCEA (University Professional and Continuing Education Association) and StraighterLine conducted research in 2021 profiling the disengaged learner and how their situations and motivations are different from other adult learners. This study surveyed individuals who have college credits but are no longer attending college, and profiled this population to identify why they stopped attending and what motivates them to re-engage. Participants will learn how one forward-thinking institution, Colorado State University-Pueblo, is using innovative, multi-pronged pathways to re-engage disengaged students, and specifically how their program aligns with the research outcomes. Registration.


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