NDSU's growth and change during the past decade require innovative solutions for continued student success. NDSU's partnership with Navigate will support and enhance existing efforts to improve retention, graduation rates and student achievement.
Navigate will assist with identifying students in need of intervention and creating targeted campaigns to connect these students with resources that will keep them moving towards graduation. Students will be able to use the platform to schedule appointments with their advisors or seek out other student service professionals. Advisors can use the platform to document and share information from interactions with students to promote seamless service.
Faculty and staff who advise undergraduate students will be granted access to the platform after completing the advisor training. To sign up for the training go to https://apps.ndsu.edu/event-registration/ and choose “Navigate” from the list of available training. If no trainings are available, contact email@example.com for information about training and access to Navigate.
About the Education Advisory Board
North Dakota State University has an institutional membership with the Education Advisory Board. EAB is a best practice research firm that provides research briefs, best practice reports and additional resources on current trends and topics in higher education encompassing areas of student affairs and academic affairs.
EAB is a best practice research firm that provides research briefs, best practice reports and additional resources on current trends and topics in higher education encompassing areas of student affairs and academic affairs.
Register for an EAB account
Any NDSU employee can register for an EAB account using an NDSU email address. The account provides access to EAB's best practice and research reports.
Subscribe to EAB's Daily Briefing
After creating an EAB account, any NDSU employee may sign up to receive EAB's Daily Briefing, a daily email digest that highlights a mix of the best and most interesting news stories across higher education.