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Presentation Proposal - NACADA Annual Conference
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Conference Year: 2020
Session #: D103(LEC)
Title: What's in Your Suit "Case"? - A Detailed Discussion on Developing an Academic Advisor Caseload Model
Lead Presenter: Kirk Hammond
Date: On-Demand
Room: On Demand
Abstract: What's in your suit "case"? e A detailed discussion on developing an academic advisor caseload model.
Historically, academic advising has been defined as "course-scheduling". Institutions are now realizing that correct course scheduling is not enough. Proactive, intrusive, relationship-based outreach is becoming a necessity. Six years ago, our University began our transition from a scheduling culture to a case management model. Outreach and relationship building begin with students prior to arriving on campus and continues throughout their college experience. Come see how this change in culture and structure has driven a 17.8% increase in 4-year graduation rates, a 79.1% decrease in undeclared students by the end of their second year, and a 12% increase in first to second year retention. Program details, handouts and a mathematical model to calculate and measure advisor workload will be shared.
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CD103-H01.pptx --- What's in your Suit "Case". # 867
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