WEBINAR: HOW DO WE MAKE REAL CHANGE WHEN WE’RE STRAPPED FOR RESOURCES?
Many days it’s not easy to see the path to change, let alone transformation, as our vision is clouded with operational crises and limitations. Stop, think; then go and invest. That’s our model for helping institutions make sustainable change and position themselves for the transformation we know must occur in higher education. Learn the simple steps to optimize the tools you already own, and leverage your staff to perform at the highest level of service to achieve your student success outcomes. Join us for this webinar led by CampusWorks CEO Liz Murphy whose team is devoted to removing the barriers to student success.
Student Success Assessment
On the path to student success there are so many components that can and should be integrated to ensure that all college resources are aligned to meet the learner objective. Technology can inhibit the smooth flow of services or enhance their delivery. CampusWorks Student Success Assessment is a look into how your institution’s processes and technology are positioned to support your students.
David Buettner Joins Executive Advisory Board
CampusWorks is delighted to welcome Dr. David Buettner to the Executive Advisory Board. David will join the team that provides client presidents, chancellors, and senior staff with ongoing quality assurance and “peace of mind”. These Executive Advisors are available at any time to discuss confidential, critical, or challenging issues that are impacting your ability to move forward. David will also be providing much-requested strategic planning and executive leadership services to our clients.
Clients Receive Top Honors from Achieving the Dream
We are delighted to congratulate Bunker Hill Community College, MA, and Montgomery County Community College, PA, on their first-place finish for the 2014 Leah Meyer Austin Award. The Leah Meyer Austin Award was established to recognize outstanding institutional achievement in supporting and promoting student success through the creation of a culture of evidence, continuous improvement, systemic institutional change, broad engagement of stakeholders, and equity, with particular attention to low-income students and students of color.