• Student Success

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    AASCU’s Student Success programs are dedicated to promoting student success through the use of evidence-based solutions and interventions. By fostering a cooperative community of learning, our programs bring together campus teams from across the country to share knowledge about programs and practices that advance student success. We invite you to learn more about our work by visiting the links below.

    • Frontier Set: The Frontier Set is a national collaborative of colleges and universities whose purpose is to identify, understand, and share what works to accelerate student success, particularly for low-income and first generation students, students of color, and working adults.

    • National Blended Course Consortium: AASCU’s National Blended Course Consortium (NBCC) is a multi-campus effort to develop and disseminate innovative blended courses for first-year students.

    • Re-Imagining the First Year of College: Working with a group of 44 AASCU institutions from across the country, Re-Imagining the First Year of College (RFY) seeks to identify and test a series of programs, strategies and tools that will increase retention rates and success for first-year students.  

    • Transfer Pathways: AASCU is part of a national consortium of organizations working to build better transfer pathways between two-year and four-year institutions.

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    • Felice Nudelman
      Associate Vice President, Academic Innovation and Transformation
      (202) 478-7831