Texas Student Success Programs Poised for Impact

Building upon the initial launch of the inventory, this brief highlights a few specific programs that have high potential for significant impact on student success. Student success programs generally incorporate highimpact or promising practices to improve student outcomes on (1) persistence/retention, (2) credential attainment, (3) academic achievement, (4) student advancement post-graduation, or (5) students’ holistic development.2 Our team examined five different programs included in the inventory, drawn from four institutions, that stood out as innovative and demonstrated strength in at least one of these dimensions. In selecting these programs, we sought to represent geographic and institutional diversity in the state as well as a variety of program practices and target populations. Through this examination, we hoped to better understand some of the factors that help student success programs achieve their goals.

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