Gaining Faculty Buy-In for Student Success Initiatives and Programs

(Retired) | Last updated September 11, 2015

Gaining Faculty Buy-In for Student Success Initiatives and Programs

(Retired) | Last updated September 11, 2015

Overview

Learn practical strategies to help you successfully gain faculty buy-in for student success initiatives and programs. Collaborating across campus to achieve student success requires diligent work, planning, and intentional tactics on the part of student services staff. Not every outreach to faculty is successful, but this webcast will help you put your best foot forward.

You will get distinct tactics and a comprehensive resource to help you gain buy in for various student success initiatives, including:

  • Faculty Advising
  • Early Alert Programming
  • First Year/Second Year Experience
  • Tutoring/Supplemental Instruction (SI)
  • University Welcome Events
  • Engaging Faculty in Professional Development
  • Adopting Quality Standards for Online Courses

See an example of Bernadette’s practical approach to faculty buy-in with early alert here!

Who should attend?

This event is designed for higher education professionals charged with improving retention, including enrollment managers, student and academic affairs leaders, and assessment coordinators or committee members.

Agenda

  • Understanding what motivates faculty to collaborate for success
  • Reaching out for assistance with initiatives
  • Sample partnerships for:
    • Faculty Advising
    • Early Alert Programming
    • First Year/Second Year Experience
  • Your scenarios: Feedback and discussion
  • Final Q&A

Why is this event retired?

At AI we want to always ensure that the best and most current trainings are available to members, and we regularly review our trainings to ensure that is the case.