Retention & Revenue: What a 3% Retention Increase Really Means

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When retention rates fall, the cost to students is clear. But schools pay too. The Education Policy Institute estimated colleges lost $16.5 billion in revenue to drop-outs and stop-outs in the 2010–2011 academic year alone. This year, Houston Baptist University (HBU) recognized it could help retain students at risk of dropping out or stopping out with income share agreements (ISAs). Download this webinar to learn more about HBU’s retention initiative and why institutions of all sizes are turning to retention-focused ISA programs.

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