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"15 TO FINISH - ADVISING MATTERS" WEBINAR RECORDING

NACADA and Complete College America present 15 to Finish – Advising Matters, featuring NACADA Executive Director Charlie Nutt, CCA Interim President Tom Sugar, CCA Vice President Dhanfu Ellston, and NACADA Associate Director Jennifer Joslin (recorded on Thursday, February 16th, 2017). Recently, the two organizations released Shared Principles for Boosting On-Time Graduation outlining academic advisors’ integral role in college completion efforts and encourages participation in 15 to Finish campaigns that increase credit accumulation and provide students critical information about on-time completion.

In this webinar, panelists discuss the 15 to Finish campaign begun by Complete College America, highlight the different campaigns across the United States, and outline the resources available for advisors and advising administrators for implementation on their campuses.

 

    

The resources below can assist advisors and advising administrators who have questions about 15 to Finish and other "Completion Agenda" or "Completion by Design" initiatives.

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