Student Success

Improve Student Success with Open Source Software

 

Institutions seek ways to help their students meet their goals and graduate on time.
Students may face obstacles in their academic and personal lives which prevent them from meeting their goals. The Student Success Plan (SSP) helps students remove these obstacles and create a clear academic pathway, positively impacting student success. SSP guides students through a successful college experience, with case management software and tools specifically designed with counselors in mind. The SSP technology enables counselors to guide students to improve their academic skills and their ability to successfully navigate their world. Through SSP, counseling services, student services, and student support can determine student challenges and match students with the resources and courses they need to excel.

SSP is designed to improve retention, academic performance, persistence, graduation rates, and time to degree. The open source SSP case management software supports a holistic coaching and counseling model which expedites proactive interventions for students in need. Through counseling, web-based support systems, and proactive intervention techniques, targeted students are catalogued, supported, and monitored. SSP can be used with any targeted population of students, such as at-risk students or athletes.

Student success is a critical focus in education today. Technology and expertise are needed to increase student success and retention at institutions. Unicon offers its expertise in student success technology, helping institutions aid students in meeting their goals.

 

Learn more about the newly released SSP 2.0's advantages and features.

Get the Student Success Plan (SSP) brochure.

Discover the research behind SSP.

Learn more about the technology and services Unicon provides.

 

 

 

 

Services and support for student success and retention technology
Student Success Plan (SSP) - SSP is open source software and is designed to improve retention, academic performance, persistence, graduation rates, and time to degree.