The Educational Policy Institute invites leaders and practitioners from postsecondary institutions who are uniquely interested in finding solutions to increasing the success of students. With beautiful Tucson as a backdrop, affording the opportunity to simultaneously relax and focus, institutional teams and other individuals will spend 2.5 days learning about student retention and designing plans to improve the success of students at their campuses.
Led by internationally-recognized experts Drs. Watson Scott Swail (Educational Policy Institute), Dr. Peter Dietsche (University of Toronto), and Dr. Jay Goff (Missouri University of Science & Technology), this retreat is designed for institutions who are either at the initial stages of planning for student retention or need to enhance an existing program. During the retreat, teams will:
The Retention Retreat is designed for institutional teams and individuals from two-year, four-year, and proprietary institutions seriously interested in changing how students are served. It offers professionals an opportunity to get away from the campus in order to focus exclusively on creating tangible plans for success. When participants return to their campuses from Retention 101, they will be equipped with the tools necessary to begin implementing an effective retention program.