April 24, 2017
Washington, DC – As college and university leaders continue to innovate new ways to help more students stay in school and graduate, a broad consensus is growing about how holistic, campus-wide, proactive advising systems are driving student success in significant ways. But implementing such systems, which often involves changes to institutional structures, policies and practices while integrating the use of technology and data analytics, can be complicated, costly and time consuming. While some schools have excelled at employing these systems, frequently referred to as Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (IPASS), many institutions find themselves aware of the vast benefits, but uncertain of how to proceed with implementing such a system on their own campus.
November 10, 2015
Washington, DC - APLU President Peter McPherson today released the following statement regarding the release of "Core Principles for Transforming Remediation within a Comprehensive Student Success Strategy" that was unveiled by a group of national education organizations.
December 3, 2014
Cleveland State University,University of Louisville Receive Funds to Advance Economic Engagement Efforts on Campus
September 10, 2014
First nationwide study to examine the impact of holistic review across multiple health professions
July 9, 2014
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-Sponsored Grant Will Award Each Institution $225k to Develop and Test Ways to Increase Access, Improve Success Rates, & Find Greater Cost Efficiencies
December 16, 2013
December 16, 2013—The Urban Universities for HEALTH Learning Collaborative launched a national study on universities’ use of holistic review as part of their admission process for students pursuing careers in the health professions. The study will examine how universities are using holistic review and other admission practices, with the goal of improving evidence in support of admission strategies that lead to a more diverse and culturally competent health workforce.