Connecting Academic and Administrative Services to Drive Student Success

Date & Time: Tuesday, June 4th at 2 pm ET

In this 20-minute UB Ed Talk, the Assistant Vice President and Director of Student Records and Financial Services at Canisius will describe the impact of an initiative to connect and coordinate the academic advising and student financial services offices to better support students, and how the use of new technology and more intuitive staff processes has enabled these offices to help more students successfully continue their education.

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