Providing Timely and Actionable Intelligence: Using Enrollment Management Analytics to Support Student Success

The division of Enrollment Management at UCI has led the institution in the development of a centralized Enrollment Management Analytics system that centralizes student enrollment data and provides a suite of analytic tools to support the full range of enrollment management and student success programing for each of the colleges. The system is used to support a broad range of the institution’s operational planning and student success initiatives including: admissions, enrollment, course enrollment, student success, degrees awarded, school planning, and post-graduation tracking. The development of a centralized Enrollment Management Analytics system provides critical business intelligence to help improve students’ time to degree through effective management of bottleneck courses; improves student retention and persistence rates through early identification for intervention; and supports academic operations through predictive analytics for section planning.

As a result of this webinar, participants will:

  • Demonstrate how a successful analytics system can support student success and improve the student experience.
  • Learn tips for creating a data driven culture for those in their institution who are accustomed to working with operational data.
  • Show and explain the difference between an analytics system and a data warehouse and how an analytics system can be used to manage academic programs, assess the effectiveness of co-curricular programming, identify and understand student enrollment behavior, and track students from recruitment and after they graduate.
  • Registration Information

  • Attendees will have access to the webinar recording for 30 days following the live event.
  • Length/Time Commitment

    60 minutes

    Recorded Date: 01/26/2023

    Format: Recorded

    Topic: Student Success

    Experience Level: All

    Member/Non-Member Price: $59 members/$79 nonmembers

    Presenter(s): Jovonte Willis, University of California-Irvine; Tony Hwang, Ed.D., University of California-Irvine