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A new workshop that focuses on the Student Success Dashboard, which incorporates elements of existing advising tools including EAB and Pegasus Path as well as course registration, holds, and other demographic data will be held later this month. This workshop will also explore course sequence performance and grade distributions. Although the topics covered in this workshop are geared towards advisors, you are not required to be an advisor to attend.

The following dashboards will be covered in the workshop:

  • Student Success Dashboard
    • Helps UCF Advisors increase their efficiency when interacting with students
    • Allows advisors to better guide students towards reaching their goals and achieving success at UCF
    • 4 main areas:
      • Student Search: An in-depth look at a chosen student’s program information, registration status, course history, holds, and other performance indicators
      • Graduation Risk: An overall snapshot of graduation likelihood
      • Persistence Risk: An overall snapshot of persistence likelihood
      • Hold Status: A comprehensive list of students with holds that is filterable by college, cohorts, and other hold and registration elements
  • Undergraduate Course Sequence Performance
    • Reports grade performance of students’ course attempts at UCF based on their prerequisite attempt
    • Displays 5-year trends on the performance of different student types and where they took their prerequisite course
  • Grade Distribution
    • Reports the counts and percentages of all earned student grades down to the section level
    • Displays grades by term, course level, and course modality
    • Filters are provided to see grades by section, college, department, or by General Education Program (GEP) course
  • DFW Grades by Undergraduate Student Type
    • Compares rates of successful and unsuccessful course completions in undergraduate level credit-bearing courses
    • Includes all student attempts from the prior five years

These workshops will be hosted on July 10th from 3-4pm and July 14th from 2-3pm. UCF faculty and staff can enroll in a session for advisors here.