San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2010
InsideTrack, Inc. (http://www.insidetrack.com) announced today that its paper, Insights into An Analysis of Inquiry, Nonstart, and Drop Reasons in Nontraditional University Student Populations, will be published at The National Symposium on Student Retention (November 1-3) sponsored by the Consortium for Student Data Exchange. InsideTrack’s Kai Drekmeier, Founder and President, and Chris Tilghman, Director of Program Development, co-authored the paper, which is based on an extensive review of InsideTrack’s work with thousands of students. The paper identifies key factors that influence enrollment (yield) and graduation rates among adult college students.
Mr. Drekmeier will also be presenting on the data at the conference in November — focusing on a proven methodology that addresses the retention obstacles of non-traditional students and prioritizing cohorts for intervention. He will provide actionable recommendations for improving retention based on controlled studies and other research conducted over a period of ten years.
“InsideTrack is a data-driven organization that continually assesses the efficacy of our coaching methodology and its impact on student outcomes and client-focused metrics. We are very pleased that our study has been accepted by CSRDE for publication in its compendium of research papers,” said Mr. Drekmeier.
About InsideTrack, Inc.
InsideTrack is the nation’s premier provider of student coaching services. Our mission is to improve student engagement, persistence, and success. InsideTrack has coached more than 250,000 students at more than 50 campuses nationally. Our clients include Chapman University, Florida State University, Franklin University, and Northern Arizona University. To learn more about InsideTrack, please visit: http://www.insidetrack.com.