How Auburn University leverages family involvement to drive student success.

How Auburn University leverages family involvement to drive student success.

Auburn's Tess Gibson shares tips for deploying technology across departments to have the maximum impact for parents...and their students.

Learn how Auburn rolled out their parent portal, leveraging CampusESP's parent community structure to streamline: newsletters, emails, and FERPA Management.

I'm a First-Gen College Student, and This is What Parent Engagement Means to Me.

I'm a First-Gen College Student, and This is What Parent Engagement Means to Me.

GUEST POST by Naja Smitha rising junior at Swarthmore College, who recently interned at CampusESP over the summer.

Naja gives her perspective on family involvement as a first-generation college student.

3.5 Lessons Learned from the 2018 Parent Giving Conference

3.5 Lessons Learned from the 2018 Parent Giving Conference

My biggest takeaway? Start early. The consensus was that solicitation usually begins around Parents & Family Weekend, although some schools start even earlier. If you don’t get started year one, it will  probably be too late to take the next steps.

Increase Student Persistence Up to 15% Through Parent Engagement

Increase Student Persistence Up to 15% Through Parent Engagement

Student persistence can increase by up to 15% when students share key aspects of their academic and financial record with parents.

Student Persistence Increases with Parent Engagement features findings from a study about parent engagement and student persistence based on 993 students enrolled at Abilene Christian University (ACU) in the Fall of 2016.

Parent Engagement Drives Parent Fundraising

Parent Engagement Drives Parent Fundraising

Many colleges and universities today are experiencing financial constraints when it comes to supporting student programs and enhancing the student experience. It can be difficult to find room in already tight budgets. That’s where the work of dedicated fundraisers comes in, and where parents can help fill the gaps.