Support students with close communities and one-on-one advising from enrollment through finding a job
Wisr Academy courses to develop a student success strategy and make the most of modern tools
Software to bolster student engagement while providing advising and mentorship at scale
Personalized strategy consulting to identify and solve the student success challenges at your institution
Wisr Academy courses for student success professionals
Wisr Academy offers a range of courses for student success professionals looking to strengthen student communities, offer scalable mentorship, and support students from underserved backgrounds. The curriculum draws from decades of higher education experience and our work with over 300 institutions.
Free Master Classes
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Wisr Academy hosts summits in cities across America focused on the most important challenges in higher education. Check out upcoming summits that other administrators in student success are attending:
Software designed to support your students
If your department has developed a support system for students, the next steps are to make sure every student has access to quality mentorship and bring specialized resources to underserved students. WisrConnect allows you to pair undergrads with impactful mentors at a large scale. With support for both one-on-one connections and groups, students can reach out to individuals for support or join communities for resources that are specific to a certain interest or identity. Students using WisrConnect see a list of alumni who have volunteered as advisors and whose interests match their own. Matches are based on a proprietary algorithm that considers hundreds of data points including academic profile, industries of interest, and extracurriculars. Students can also browse communities (e.g., First-Generation Students, Future Entrepreneurs, Peer Advisors) and join in on relevant conversations.
Alice Petty, Director of Pre-Major Advising
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