Student success and mental health are top of mind for Presidents in higher ed, with 85% concerned about, “accelerated rates of attrition.” The pandemic is underscoring the importance of shifting priorities towards student-centered initiatives for building community and driving retention. Join this discussion, a collaboration with Inside Higher Ed and Evolllution, and dive into the insights from the Annual Survey of College of Presidents. Hear from a packed panel of speakers that include Eastern Michigan’s Director of Academic Success Programs, Dr. Christine Deacons, Wilmington University’s Student Body President, Ariana Riccardi, Inside Higher Ed’s Editor and Co-Founder Doug Lederman, and The EvoLLLution's Amrit Ahluwalia.

What you will learn

  • Why seeing students holistically is no longer optional for driving student success
  • How the return-on-investment of retention and recruitment efforts are changing
  • How a year of mostly online has transformed sense of belonging and community
  • Why supporting students’ mental health is critical to student success


Christine D

Christine Deacons
Director, Academic Support Programs
Eastern Michigan University

Ariana R

Ariana Riccardi
Student Body Vice President
Wilmington College | Class of 2021

Doug L

Doug Ledermen
Editor and Co-Founder
Inside Higher Ed


Amrit A
Amrit Ahluwalia
Editor in Chief
The EvoLLLution
Helene V
Hélène Vincent
Senior Director, Business Development
Ready Education

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This webinar is made possible with support from Ready Education and Modern Campus, all registrations will be shared with both parties.