Turning More Tassels
This study, conducted by NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education along with the Boston Consulting Group, gauges the return on investment of broad-based advising reforms—those that affect all students in a particular class—focusing on four institutions that have a strong track record of implementing changes to enhance their advising programs.
Our investments in this area focus on connecting colleges and universities with the best available knowledge and tools for implementing a comprehensive student advising strategy, one that includes stronger emergency aid and credit transfer policies and practices.
Implementing and Scaling Advising Redesign
Support partners in providing direct assistance for implementing and scaling advising redesign; continue to build a knowledge base on effective policies and practices.
Building Comprehensive Policies and Principles
Build demand and support for adoption of comprehensive state- and system-level policies and principles of best practice at the campus level.
Boosting Partner Capacity
Boost partner capacity to support institutions implementing and improving their emergency aid programs; expand knowledge base about effective aid design and delivery.