Retention and time to degree: A look at key factors and advising strategies
Thursday, July 7, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm, Lokey Education 117
This fall President Schill announced the ambitious goal of increasing UO’s 4-year graduation rates by 10% by the year 2020. Advising will no doubt play a key role in this effort. Please join Kimberly Johnson and Grant Schoonover on July 7th from 11 am to noon at Education 117. Using UO data they’ll review factors important to retention and time to degree, and discuss advising strategies to promote student persistence and timely graduation.
Note about presenters: Kimberly Johnson, Director Academic Advising, and Grant Schoonover, Director PathwayOregon, co-chaired the University Retention and Completion Committee (URCC) this academic year. Undergraduate and Retention Completion Committee (URCC) was convened by the Lisa Freinkel, Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, and charged with clarifying factors important to retention and timely graduation, and recommending strategies to promote timely degree.