Credo facilitates workshops, or modules, to positively impact select student and retention outcomes. Each workshop is a one-and-one-half day of visioning, learning, and planning with campus stakeholders, Credo staff, and a knowledge leader deeply experienced in the selected subject matter.
Workshop/module Topics include:
- Academic Advising
- Career Vocation & Calling
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Early Alert
- First-Year Experience
- First-Year Seminar
- One Stop
Workshop topics and content are customized to fit the unique needs of your campus, and we can customize a module based on the student success and retention metrics and outcomes you would like to accomplish.
The purpose of the workshops are to identify your greatest opportunities for student impact, and determine recommendations and priorities for implementation over the next year. As a result of each workshop, you will receive a roadmap, a planning, implementation, and resource guide developed with oversight from your team, and given to you to guide your success.
Module outcomes vary per workshop, and can be individualized to campus's unique needs and goals.
Workshop outcomes can include:
- A prioritized list of strategies and action steps to guide institutional planning and resource allocation.
- Clarity around institutional changes that can significantly impact student retention, positioning the institution to realize its net revenue goals.
- A comparative assessment of high impact practices proven to positively impact retention and the student experience.
- Solutions to effectively integrate and stitch together students’ academic, social, spiritual, and professional experiences.
- Established protocol to understand who is thriving, “managing” or declining on campus.
- The identification of campus practices and departments that currently reflect characteristics of a thriving institution.
- An assessment of technological system efficiencies, redundancies, or gaps.
- Recommendations for high-impact, low-cost physical space changes correlated with improved student learning, engagement, and satisfaction.