ASR to Support College of DuPage's Guided Academic Pathways Initiatives
Feb 26, 2019
ASR Analytics, LLC is thrilled to be selected by the College of DuPage (COD) as their partner for their Guided Academic Pathways initiatives. ASR will provide technology and consulting services to support the college's strategic goals related to Pathways, analyzing data from a variety of sources to proactively examine student risk, course and program analysis, and persistence.
About ASR Guided Pathways:
There is no "one size fits all" solution for colleges implementing Guided Pathways. Student populations, organizational cultures, and information systems are all unique; with that comes a different set of challenges for every institution. ASR's methodology and approach to Guided Pathways leverages the technology and data that institutions already have in place to better understand the factors behind success and risk. This approach reduces implementation time and cost, and minimizes the learning curve for faculty and staff, so they can focus on the students. ASR's custom data models address the major areas of Guided Pathways: mapping pathways, helping students choose a pathway, keeping students on path, and ensuring students are learning.
ASR Analytics, LLC (ASR) is a GSA-certified small business that provides analytic consulting services to clients in the public and private sectors. Founded in 2004, ASR has quickly developed a reputation for thought leadership in the business intelligence (BI) and policy research community, by helping our clients to make better decisions through the integration, validation, and analysis of their operational data. ASR's staff includes PhD economists and statisticians, as well as experienced analytics programmers, BI implementation specialists, and data warehouse developers. ASR's higher education team has leveraged these capabilities to deliver outstanding results for clients, serving two-year and four-year as well as public and private institutions.
About College of DuPage:
College of DuPage is the second largest provider of education in the State of Illinois, with more than 28,000 students. Founded in 1967, the college offers 82 degree programs and 178 certificates in a variety of fields, as well as workforce development and adult education. The college's main campus in Glen Ellyn is 25 miles west of downtown Chicago and rests on 273 acres. The college also operates five centers within its district. COD is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.