Investing in Leaders to Improve Student Success
Created by Chronicle Brand Studio
The best student-success initiatives take years to bear fruit. But high turnover among college and university leaders means they rarely get the consistent support they need. On average, college presidencies change every six years, and provost roles change every four years. If higher-ed institutions want to maintain their focus on student success, they must invest in a pipeline of leaders who will carry the torch as they replace departing administrators.
Download the full Case Study to learn more about three strategies being implemented across the country to address this need:
- A leadership development program sponsored by the Success Center for Ohio Community Colleges.
- A joint effort by the John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education, the Association of Governing Boards, and Kentucky public colleges.
- A new program for chief financial officers organized by the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO)