Loyola Marymount University's Three-Party Retention Strategy Pays Off

Smith, Jade
November 2007
Recruitment & Retention in Higher Education;Nov2007, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p1
The article reflects on Loyola Marymount University's three-part retention strategy. The section focuses on the three-part retention strategy developed by the Loyola Marymount University to retain there students' perspectives with the latest research and trends. The three-part strategy includes: building assessment into the program, coordinating efforts, and the use of more effective technology. According to the school's study, the best way to retain students is to listen to the, coordinate resources, and implement technology effectively.


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