Ensuring the persistence of second-year students and transfer students is a continuing challenge for two-year and four-year institutions. To retain these students, you must meet their specific needs and keep them engaged. Find out how to curb the "sophomore slump" on your campus and assess the needs of your incoming transfer students!
Register for this free, 30-minute webinar to join the discussion and learn more about:
- Identifying the specific needs of at-risk, second-year and transfer students
- Prioritizing sophomore and transfer student engagement strategies by matching interests and concerns to campus resources
- Comparing students' receptivity to assistance in their second year and their use of campus services in the previous year
- College completion plans of students
About the presenters
Brandi Phillips, Executive Consultant for Student Success Solutions, RNL
Brandi Phillips works closely with colleges and universities to promote and support student success initiatives. Offering a wide range of experiences, she has worked with traditional and nontraditional students in academic advising, career development, first-year programming, and student engagement.
Laura Breckner, Consultant for Student Success Solutions, RNL
Laura works closely with colleges and universities to promote and support student retention and success. In particular, Laura provides guidance and support in using the College Student Inventory™, the Mid-Year Student Assessment™, and the Second-Year Student Assessment™. Before coming to RNL, Laura served as the Associate Dean for Student Success at Spring Arbor University. Laura has supported institutional student success efforts in advising, career development, residence life and housing, mental health services, and academic resources. She has served both traditional and nontraditional student populations.