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NEW: INFOGRAPHIC

Using the Identification of Student Risk, Receptivity, and Outreach Prioritization infographic

Communicating the results of the College Student Inventory with the campus community will go a long way to ensuring ongoing collaboration, and perhaps even building receptivity to new partnerships. This infographic can be used to communicate a high level view of student risk, receptivity and requests for support. Use it as is and/or with the available PowerPoint presentation and supplement with other relevant campus information (for example, historical retention rates, net tuition revenue per student, the cost of attrition, comparisons of your retention and graduation rates with your peers and aspirant institutions.)

We recommend sharing this information at opening faculty meetings, with academic advisors, with department chairs (you can do additional graphics with just specific majors), the retention task force, and, parents (in particular, the Top Ten Requests for Assistance).

OUTCOMES

CSI Outcomes

SYSA Outcomes

Historical Trend Summary

Use your Summary and Planning Report to populate this worksheet and review historical CSI trends on your campus (CSI Form A, CSI Form C).

RESOURCES FOR YOUR USE

  • HOW TO USE YOUR SUMMARY REPORT
  • INTEGRATED NATURE OF THE RMS Plus SYSTEM
  • ASSESSING STUDENT MOTIVATION AT MID-YEAR: THE VALUE OF MYSA
  • NATIONAL FRESHMAN MOTIVATION REPORT

SHARE YOUR SUCCESS STORY

The online journal for the RMS/CSI Client Community

Every article in Retention Success is authored by our colleagues—people who use the RMS Plus suite of assessments and analytics. You’ll learn about what they are doing on their campuses to facilitate student success.

We thank all of the campus-based authors of these articles who have volunteered their time to share their experiences with all of us.

SHARE YOUR STORY

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Administer Your Results

Retention Data Center Documentation

Review Your Results